Hawaii Regulators Endorse HECO’s 100% Renewable Energy Plan

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Hawaiian Electric Companies (HECO) has finally secured regulators’ approval for a five-year plan to double solar and renewables to achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2040. Continue reading

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The US Renewable Energy Achieves New Milestone

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As per the Energy Information Administration (EIA) data released recently in March and April 2017, United States got more electricity from renewable sources than nuclear power. Continue reading

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UK Renewable Energy Scales New Peak in 2017 

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The United Kingdom recognised the need for shifting to renewable energy sources for electricity generation way back in the mid-1990s. This was way before hue and cry in the world about global warming issue. Continue reading

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Chinese Region Ran Entirely For 7 Days on 100% Renewable Energy

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Cities all over the globe are pledging to switch over from fossil fuels for electricity by 2050. However, there is an inherent disbelief about renewable energy being able to produce all the future energy needs. In a new trial initiative, the Qinghai Province in northwest China has proved that an entire region could run solely on green energy. Continue reading

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Taiwan Sets Plans for $59 Billion in Renewable-Energy Finance

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New finance for meeting new energy is probably the sentiment of Taiwan’s government. The government is on a lookout for funding plans for a power system, which is not dependent on nuclear reactors.

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Renewable Energy Revolution Growing Stronger

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Renewable Energy is growing stronger and cheaper, regardless of setbacks like the Trump administration pulling the US from the iconic Paris Agreement. Renewable energy solutions are more extensively adopted today, which is driving more innovation in the market, and turning into grand investment opportunities for national economies and big companies. Continue reading

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Electric Vehicles Get Green Credentials Thanks to Renewable Energy

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Electric Vehicles (EVs) have always been contested on their green credentials. Critiques have claimed that EVs are not entirely clean due to electricity being generated in power stations which are coal-fired. Continue reading

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Nestle Set to Tap Renewable Energy in the Philippines

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Nestle Philippines Inc. has turned to Aboitiz Power Corp., a holding company in the Philippines to supply renewable energy (RE) to its manufacturing facility, the MakBan Geothermal Power Plant (MGPP). Continue reading

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LEGO Reaches 100% Renewable Energy Target Ahead of Schedule

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The Danish toy manufacturing giant, The Lego group has achieved a 100% renewable energy target three years ahead of schedule. Continue reading

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New Renewable Energy Record Set By Germany

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Windmills on the Bostalsee, Germany. Credit: Creative Commons/Sebaso

Conventional methods of power generation are dependent on processes which can harm the environment, and Germany has reportedly taken active steps by heavily investing in renewable energy sources. Continue reading

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