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Tile Energy Jul 17
Wow, Scotland just produced enough wind energy to power all its homes twice over in the first half of 2019
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Mike Hudema Jul 20
In just six years from now, Copenhagen is set to become the world's first carbon neutral capital. We have solutions to the crisis. Let's stop the delays and implement them.
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IRENA 24h
Worldwide, the sector employed 11 million people at the end of 2018, w/ almost a third of those jobs belonging to women. 's new job report highlights the latest trends of job growth & women's status within the sector
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IRENA 9h
Renewable power is the cheapest source of electricity in many parts of the world already today, ‘Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2018’ report finds. are cheaper or w/in range of .
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Mike Hudema Jul 15
These panels use the sun to make water. Solutions are everywhere. Let's stop wasting time and go .
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timethiefmedia 13h
Replying to @ajtourville
Any government subsidization of the fossil fuel industry that is polluting our environment and causing the with our taxpayer dollars is irresponsible and obscene. It must end and the subsidies must go to only.
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Elise Mason 22h
Who says wind energy can't power the ?
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Boxergy Jul 18
Batteries are the Yoga Gurus of the energy system.
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Mike Hudema 14h
Every year, governments worldwide spend $425B subsidizing fossil fuels, 5x more than they spend on : It's time to stop funding the problem. RT if you agree.
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Doug Parr Jul 20
This piece is a classic of its type Under any plausible scenario where UK delivers decarbonisation over next decade, heavy lifting will have to be done by - wind & But all this piece talks about is and carbon capture
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Mike Hudema Jul 19
98% of Costa Rica's power already comes from . Half of the land is covered by forest. They're aiming to transform their entire economy to have a zero carbon footprint. It can be done. Let's get moving. .
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Enviro Entrepreneurs 12h
North Carolina’s rural economies are benefiting from accd to new report from . 25% of the state’s jobs in , energy efficiency, , and more are located in rural areas.
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John Lindberg FRSA ☢️ 8h
Perhaps a bit mean, but true.
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Deepbridge Jul 19
"The reason behind the focus on renewable energy is that it is a truly asset-based investment - we can take advisers and investors to see real structures into which they have invested." - Full article:
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Gilbert Kouame Jul 20
A process called singlet fission has the potential to enhance the efficiency of cells. The mechanism has been difficult to implement in such devices, but experiments demonstrate a way forward — NatureNews explains …
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Caner Can 9h
🇹🇷 Turkiye’s total installed power capacity as of July 1 is >90 GW, ⬆️ 3.8% y-o-y basis.
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Boxergy Jul 18
Come on big 6, you know you want to and your customers want you too.... or maybe not? Are you afraid you may not have much of a role in a distributed generation future?
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AGL Energy 3h
How can Australia’s most remote operations incorporate ? With unique infrastructure & energy needs, there’s no one-size fits all. But the energy at 's Port Bonython hydrocarbon processing plant provides some scalable insights.
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Elena Jul 20
of end-user sectors (transport, heating&cooling in buildings and industry) with , including the role of from renewables were among the topics discussed in session 3 of the first in Uruguay.
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Prof Ray Wills Jul 20
Fun with (other peeps) graphs #19 BP Projections of Primary Energy 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 Share in 2019: > coal decline ± oil decline ± gas growth ± nuclear decline >> huge (new) ramp in share from 7% in 2013, but still only 18% share 2040 And my model -65% by 2040
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