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Ryan Kushner Aug 9
, the , and are building an island that will provide to 80 million people
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Assaad Razzouk 5h
Greek Island of Tilos becomes 1st 100% island in Mediterranean, powered by wind and sun About time too. And a great example to thousands of islands worldwide that have zero reason to run on expensive and polluting diesel or undersea cables
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Mike Hudema Aug 18
BAM! South Australia will be at 100% by 2025. Who's next? RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Assaad Razzouk Aug 14
Corporations buying more than ever, with 2018 already ahead of 2017 record. Top 10 corporate buyers: 1 Facebook 1.1GW 2 AT&T 820MW 3 Norsk Hydro 667MW 4 Alcoa 524 5 Microsoft 473MW 6 Walmart 408MW 7 T-Mobile 160MW 8 MGM 130MW 9 Google 120MW 10 Nike 86MW
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Jed Record 14h
Japan now has more electric car charge points than gas stations
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Organicco 6h
Organicco is edging to securing the funding for developing around 52 farm size methanol plants in UK, the AML checks are now complete, funds to be released very soon that will give access to £100 million facility. Email us for info at enquiry@organicco.uk
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Mike Hudema Aug 18
"I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that." Thomas Edison, 1931. Maybe after 80+ years its time we switched to .
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Entura Aug 14
Dispatchable : a contradiction in terms?
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Sasja Beslik Aug 16
I'm curious. Which of the following renewable energy sources are you most ‘bullish’ on?
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Organicco Aug 14
Organicco is offering services in sector for a fixed fee with an off-take contract for fertiliser and digestate dryer is supplied without cost to clients. email for information on enquiry@organicco.uk
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Clean Energy Canada Aug 16
Shell has divested from the Canadian oilsands and is investing up to $2 billion a year in . Even Big Oil is making the shift to .
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Alison Marchant 🐝 Aug 11
Is this taking the piss? If not...we're doomed.
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Joseph Scales Aug 13
It is very dangerous for a former PM like Tony Abbott to spin lies about . Solar and wind ARE reliable and have been proven to be so. With rapid expansion of storage technology, this is even further reinforced
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Mike Hudema Aug 16
Shouldn't every parking lot get a upgrade like this one? : RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Kirstie Aug 10
seeing wind farms up in the Scottish countryside makes me very happy 🌚 are the way forward 💨🤙🏼
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Entura Aug 14
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Assaad Razzouk Aug 17
Numbers don’t lie: Sales of turbines for gas-fired power generation fell sharply, under pressure from low-cost - 2011 sales: Total capacity of 71.6GW 2017: Less than half that size at 34.4GW 2018: Smaller again at 30GWe Natural gas is the fuel of the past
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Peter Murphy Aug 19
Q: Why have prices increased? A: . Because, when something is privatised, it's not really about "competition". It's all about making a profit, not providing an essential service. And the PM knows this.
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Handelsblatt Global 2m
The FDP’s Christian Lindner said Germany should redirect the €28 billion it spends annually on renewable energy development to buy rainforests in Asia and South America to protect them. He rejected accusations of colonialism.
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ceebee23 Aug 18
What is it about the Libs...always antagonistic to the future...Australia would have had TV in 1949 under Labor but Menzies stopped that and CSIRO devt of computers...Howard hated the idea of Hawke's Commission for the Future...their anti- stance is nothing unexpected
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Koosha Toofan 21h
Met with an electrician and he has made ~$30,000 from just the Tesla Model 3 so far, installing 240V outlets for vehicle charging. Trickle down effects of renewables.
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