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Clean Water for 200k Tanzanian Refugees Thanks to Solar Power

SolarWorld Americas Inc is leading a project to bring safe drinking water to refugee settlements in Tanzania. The company is providing 1.2 megawatts worth...

Tesla Wants Its Supercharger Stations to Run Solely on Sun Power

Ever since Tesla introduced its Supercharger stations back in 2012, the company has talked about adding a combination of solar arrays and batteries to...

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Americans want more clean energy. Here’s what they’re actually willing to...

Americans have long supported the idea of clean power. The question has always been how much effort they're willing to expend to make a...

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BMW Dumps Coal in Pledge for 100% Renewable Power

BMW AG’s plan to switch exclusively to green electricity finds it tapping some unusual power sources -- including a South African biomass plant that...

Could hydrogen work in Hawaii?

The search for alternatives to conventional combustion engines in the auto industry has for years included hydrogen, and according to a group of large...

Prices of renewable energy sources plummeted between 2009 and 2017

The International Monetary Fund's annual World Economic Outlook has a section that nicely tells the story of why wind and solar power are growing so fast in power markets.What they found: The chart above shows calculations of levelized cost of electricity from different forms of zero-carbon power. That's basically an all-in comparison of the costs…

Wind power overtakes nuclear for first time in UK across a...

Britain’s windfarms provided more electricity than its eight nuclear power stations in the first three months of 2018, marking the first time wind has...
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New Study Shows 71% of Global Emissions Comes from Only 100...

A relatively small number of fossil fuel producers and their investors could hold the key to tackling climate change. Just 100 companies have been the...

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