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World Economic Forum 4h
1.1 billion people still lack electricity. This could be the solution
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World Economic Forum Sep 23
Sweden to reach its 2030 renewable target this year
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World Economic Forum Sep 23
This solar-powered car lets you drive for free
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Jungle AI 15m
Jungle is a proud member of the . After modules in Lisbon, Sydney/ Melbourne and San Francisco, it's almost time to head to for the final week!
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World Economic Forum Sep 21
This football stadium in the Netherlands generates its own power and stores it in electric car batteries
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Mike Hudema 16h
Here is a map of the oil spills in only the last 5 years. its no wonder people don't want one over their water supply: Panels not pipelines.
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Siemens Middle East 13m
πŸ‘€: The converter platform that started its journey in a few days ago passes through the Suez Canal in , on its way to to transfer enough to supply 1 million German households!
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Mike Hudema 12h
The world's largest floating# solar farm has begun producing energy atop a former coal mine. Panels not pipelines.
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World Economic Forum Sep 23
Facebook says it will be powered by 100% renewable by 2020
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Antonio Vieira Santos πŸ’™  #YourExpert 14h
πŸ’‘ proposes providing electricity in Iraq, looking to build infrastructure in three months that could generate enough power for 300,000 people as part of a larger proposal -
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Alex Sundich 7h
Pleasure to attend a roadshow presentation in Sydney today by ⁦⁩ . Great story, leveraged to growth in natural gas demand and with plenty of news flow coming. One to watch! Disclosure: I own
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Neen James 41m
It takes, on average, 23 minutes to refocus your mental on a task after being interrupted. Now, consider how many times a day you're interrupted...scary, isn't it?!
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ALDE Group 4h
How could Europe be best prepared to the rise of and the extra demand for power? Join us tomorrow in the to find out! Info & registration here:
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SuffolkWire 7m
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Wanisha Smith Sep 22
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Dhara Vyas 21h
Our research on time of use tarrifs uncovered some basic (but crucially important) issues that must be fixed before there are even more tarrifs w/ dynamic pricing. - consumers can't meaningfully make savings without knowing when their is cheapest.
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Jon Grasmeder Sep 20
Thanks to and my house is sporting a large array of 325 watt panels!! Now both cars can be fed from sunlight collected on my roof (and perhaps a lightbulb or two...)
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Haier India 7h
Ever wished for a freezer to store frozen foods that also help you save energy? Haier’s all-new is your answer, an efficient freezer with longer cooling retention and separate cooling zones to help you keep frozen food fresh.
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EUA 23h
The findings from study into the winter peak demand (2017/18) provides some important evidence that will hopefully inform policymakers. Read 's weekly here;
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World Economic Forum Sep 22
: Hydrogen-powered trains are now running in
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