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Greenpeace 23h
It only gets better ☀️
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Carbon Tracker Jun 18
game changer: Energy Now The Cheapest Option - Even Without Subsidies
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EcoInternet 14h
Solar power can save you Rs 46,000 in yearly bill: Times of India
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Earth Accounting Jun 15
industry employed 11 million people in 2018 via
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EmpireStateConnector 12h
“Overall this is an incredible bill.” New transmission, like can help with transmission constraints to enable new renewables and economic development within the state.
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Stephan Parlow 16h
Replying to @StephanParlow
8/12 Renewables have a long way to go and a short time to get there. Fossils still providing about 80 % of . Excluding traditional biomass, with all its problems around clearcutting, monocropping etc. you’re left with about 10 % energy.
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Stephan Parlow 16h
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5/12 energy is starting to make a dent in electricity. Renewables represent more than a third of the world’s installed capacity and, as the graphic below shows, more than 26 percent of global electricity produced.
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Stephan Parlow 16h
Replying to @StephanParlow
1/12 Renewables are pulling ahead in the power sector. Globally, more capacity has been installed than new fossil fuel and nuclear capacity combined, for four years running.
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Pattrn Jun 18
For the first time in history, energy produced more than coal in the
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Remi Eriksen Jun 14
We‘re working with on an exciting project to further develop floating wind turbine technology. Combining offshore expertise with technology is important to accelerate the energy transition.
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Stephan Parlow 16h
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10/12 Cities are outpacing countries on clean energy. On average, cities, which represent 65 % of global demand and house more than half the world’s people, use a higher percentage of electricity than countries.
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Stephan Parlow 16h
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6/12 Solar is creating the most jobs. An important aspect of the political economy of renewables: creates jobs. It accounts for the bulk of the world’s renewable energy jobs, despite being a minority of energy capacity. Solar PV is very labor-intensive.
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The Haiku Nerd 18h
Let us start a fire A destructive inferno We'll eat the ashes
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Harding Steinbrenner Racing 1h
DYK:’s microturbines can turn methane gas from landfills, AG waste, wastewater treatment plants & food processing facilities into clean biogas. So the beer & bratwursts eaten at this wknd will become energy! 🔗:
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American Biogas C. Jun 17
It’s shortsighted to compare the cost of a biogas system to solar/natural gas. Biogas makes so much more than energy. State official has it right: “the combination of benefits offered by biogas make it a uniquely attractive public investment.”
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Cath. Charbonnier 16h
See how this used real-time usage data to forecast and balance between production and local consumption. Read the case study here. >
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John Carr 🇪🇺 🇫🇷 🇬🇧 #FBPE 11h
Solar is very variable contribution to energy in UK, low in winter. In 2018: Solar 4% of total electricity production Wind 14% Hydro 1% Biomass 6% (Nuclear 21%) Need to question priorities to tackle Global Warming.
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APS | وأج 6h
energy: 1st edition of Algerian published
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Tara J Konya 7h
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Rory Monaghan 10h
Really enjoyable lively debate on gas, , & guarantees of origin at . "The problem won't be 'do we have enough sustainable energy?' it will be 'will I have it when and where I need it?'"
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Henry K. B. 10h
Replying to @Greenpeace
If energy is so cheap and good, why don't even those who propagandize it buy/use it?
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