September 19, 2017

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Electric car revolution: calculating the cost of green motoring

More battery-powered vehicles would mean cleaner air and quieter streets – but also a drain on the National Grid and less fuel duty...

A future after oil and gas? Norway's fossil-free energy startups

Petrochemicals are still king in Norway, but the country has a growing renewables sector.

Power And Beauty In Renewable Energy

As the planet struggles on, trying to heal itself of the damage being inflicted by industrial and post-industrial nations, it is refreshing to...

How Australia can use hydrogen to export its solar power around the world

Recent innovations in hydrogen generation, storage, transport and use could transform it into the ultimate source of clean energy.

LEGO reaches 100% renewable energy target three years ahead of schedule

Children's toy company builds wind turbine made entirely of LEGO bricks to celebrate.

Atlanta Commits To 100 Percent Renewable Energy By 2035

Atlanta lawmakers approved a measure on Monday aimed at powering the city entirely on renewable energy sources, including solar and wind, by 2035.

The mystics who found meaning in solar panels

In the village of Tahala, solar panels not only improved the agricultural economy – they also helped residents connect with God.

Britain preparing to scrap EU green energy targets as part of a bonfire of red tape after Brexit

The UK is currently committed to getting 15 per cent of all energy from renewable sources such as wind and solar by 2020.

.B.C. First Nation leads with green technology, sustainability

Meet the solar-powered T’Sou-ke Nation, which also boasts a wasabi plantation and oyster farm.

Reasons to be cheerful: a full switch to low-carbon energy is in sight

Climate change optimism is justified – a complete transition from carbon to solar and wind power looks practical and affordable within a generation.




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