January 19, 2017

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Low-income families join solar revolution with help of California NGO

As the wealthy leave the electrical grid, there's a risk the poor will be left paying the bill.

Solar cooling systems take heat out of summer’s hottest days

A few Australian businesses are exploiting the searing heat of summer to create purpose-designed solar cooling systems whose benefits extend far beyond electricity...

Six places where renewable energy is cheaper than fossil fuels

From the US to Dubai, and some places in between.

The Colossal African Solar farm that could power Europe

A vast power plant at the door to the Moroccan desert that is helping to define the energy future of the world.

National Energy Policy aims to meet sustainable growth

The four key objectives of the new energy policy are access at affordable prices, improved energy security and independence, greater sustainability and economic...

Elon Musk thinks we need a 'popular uprising' against the fossil fuel industry

Musk discussed his vision for a global shift toward more localized, clean energy system of solar panels and batteries.

Plans for an electric car charging point in every new home in Europe

Car manufacturers welcome plans by the EU to boost the convenience of electric cars by increasing recharging facilities

Renewable energy: get your story straight, ACT tells Coalition

ACT’s deputy chief minister, Simon Corbell, says there is ‘inconsistency’ in federal government’s linking of South Australia blackout to renewables.

The Unlimited Power of Ocean Winds

The first offshore wind farm in American waters, near Block Island, R.I., was completed this month. With just five turbines, the farm won’t...

Costa Rica has gone 76 straight days using 100% renewable electricity

For two straight months, the Central American country hasn’t burned any fossil fuels to generate electricity. That’s right: 100 percent renewable power.




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