April 25, 2017

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.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.

Denmark cracked ‘secret code’ in water-energy nexus, official claims

Thanks to determined policies, Denmark has succeeded in breaking the seemingly inextricable linkage between water and energy use. But replicating the Danish model...

Almost 90% of new power in Europe from renewable sources in 2016

Wind energy overtakes coal as the EU’s second largest form of power capacity but concerns remain over politicians’ enthusiasm for renewables

Latin America leads the way in clean energy

One of the most vulnerable regions when it comes to the effects of climate change, Latin America is increasingly leading global efforts to...

Scientists make battery that runs on air and carbon dioxide

The battery is hundreds of times more powerful than similar efforts.

Solar is booming but solar parks could have unintended climate consequences

Little is known about solar parks' impact on plants, soil and climate. A better approach to research could idenitfy risks and develop new...

Tesla’s Battery Revolution Just Reached Critical Mass

Three new plants in California show how lithium-ion storage is ready to power the grid.

Trump’s energy plan doesn’t mention solar, an industry that just added 51,000 jobs

The White House website may not even mention it as part of Trump’s “America First Energy Plan” — but the U.S. solar industry...

US solar power employs more people than oil, coal and gas combined, report shows

Last year, solar energy employed 43 per cent of the Electric Power Generation sector's workforce, while traditional fossil fuels combined made up just...




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