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Mark Z. Jacobson 1h
16 MW of battery storage pilot projects uynderway in - to be used primarily to fill in gaps from solar facilities.
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Mark Z. Jacobson 1h
reached 55% renewable electricity averaged over 2019, easily surpassing its 2023 goal of 50% and well on its way to 100%.
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Prof Peter Strachan Feb 22
Was reading it earlier & noticed that our article explaining UK deployment has been viewed just short of 10,000 times Open Access: 100%
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 21
has placed the largest single order for buses in U.S. history (155), step toward reaching the city’s goal of having 100% of its buses running on electricity by the 2028 Summer Olympics
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 24
We need EVERY country to go 100% for everything Here's how can go 100% And here's a good step Senegal opens West Africa's first big wind farm (158 MW) in push for renewables
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 25
Helena, City Commission has unanimously backed a resolution, setting a goal for the community to switch to “100% clean, renewable electricity” by 2030. for the Big Sky State
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 25
Nation's most populous city could soon electrify some of its more than 1 million buildings How plans to end natural gas, oil use in buildings by 2040 All part of 100% NYC
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Amelia Nguyen⁷ Feb 21
MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 Version 1 (JK or Jin) I’m willing to TRADE this for version 3/4 with Jimin/Tae or group pc or I can SELL this within the US for $15 w/o shipping fee. You can choose between JK or Jin.
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Prof Peter Strachan Feb 23
's blog is a very worthwhile follow His most recent piece "Solar pv cost plunge presages surge in UK subsidy free solar projects" provides some insightful analysis
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Mark Z. Jacobson 18h
New UK farms (built since 2016) achieved an avg January 2020 load factor of 55%; Some achieved 70% for Jan
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 20
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 25
Four colleges are going 100% renewable with local renewables, efficiency, and a share of a solar farm via
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Paul Eastwood Feb 25
Just one example of how solar panels can be integrated into existing and new infrastructure. Rooftops across the world are a significant resource - why are they not already paved with solar PV? And how long before they are?
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 23
See how land for can be used for multiple purposes. In this case a walkway and soccer field sideline.
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 21
Despite fact that renewables (specifically wind+solar) are by far the cheapest form of new electricity, 57% would be happy to spend more for them to get rid of choking fossil fuels Here's why 100% is cheaper
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Akbar Starkley 🇺🇸 Feb 18
Still not sure why geothermal is not a part of the . Wind, water, and solar cannot generate energy around-the-clock like geothermal. Why no geothermal professor?
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ぎょうざちゃん Feb 25
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Q兵衛 Feb 22
X JAPAN YOSHIKI、SixTONES(ストーンズ)と仲良く“Xポーズ”披露!「デビュー曲がYOSHIKIさんで本当に良かった」 - WWSチャンネル 記事になってる Imitation Rain  Telephone / NEW WORLD
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Mark Z. Jacobson Feb 21
This sums it up. All-of-the-above failed policy. Science says there is one solution. A worldwide rapid transition to clean, renewable energy ASAP
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Lj Feb 18
Enjoying our 1st Indy Fuel hockey game! #2020
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