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IRENA Aug 15
Due to dramatically falling technology costs, renewables are quickly becoming the most cost-effective source of new power generation in much of the world. Why climate-safe energy competes on cost alone, read ’s brief
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Prof Peter Strachan Dec 28
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Duncan Gibb Dec 12
Cost reductions of have been so rapid that 2014 NDCs are now out of date. The contribution of renewables towards reaching 1.5°C is still being underestimated but are critical.
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Francesco La Camera May 29
New analysis by shows renewables are the least-cost source of new power gen in most countries today & remain a source of socioeconomic opportunity. Scaled up renewable energy deployment is cost effective.
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World Green Building Council May 3
Fossil fuels outbid by renewable revolution, reports . A headline we like to see! Rapid progress in solar & wind industries mean they are outcompeting fossil fuels in key markets.
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ZERO emissions|omissions Dec 5
Now this is the kind of investment we want!
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Prof Peter Strachan Dec 22
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IRENA Aug 21
With a rapid uptake of , carbon dioxide emissions can be about 70% lower than today by 2050. outlines why accelerating the uptake of is key to a climate-safe future.
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Mike Eman Jan 6
Creating the connection between realities, sentiments and ideals and cement them in intrisic logic that provides values that give meaning and purpose to actions we should take is part of our responsibility and challenge to make the case for energy transition.
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EIWizard Dec 10
How smart is your home when it comes to your heating?
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Haika Apr 17
People should change their behavior and mindset about environment in order to combat the problem of climate change.
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Hivos Renewable Energy Jan 12
We support and . creates instead of destroys!
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Prof Peter Strachan Dec 27
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Abdullahi Malin Dec 19
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Abdullahi Malin Dec 26
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OneWattSolar Dec 13
The cost per unit of your current energy, costs higher than what you would spend for solar power. Using OneWattSolar Energy-As-A-Service model will reduce the operating costs of your business.
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RE100 Dec 3
A rapid and far-reaching clean energy transition is needed to limit to 1.5 degrees. Renewables are critical and our members are now driving the shift in more than 140 markets
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Women In Renewable Energy (WIRE) Pakistan Dec 31
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Fatima, Anila Pakistan May 23
A beautiful display of Nature&Us photo contest & powerful depiction of in Pakistan. The panel discussion was an eye opener, a painful & stressful realization & image of the future. We need to promote & sustainable living
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Bruce Douglas Jan 10
How do we scale up investments and accelerate renewable energy development? Great to discuss potential solutions and actions with IRENA Coalition for Action. More info and reports available on IRENA website.
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