UAE Applauds China’s Contribution to its Renewable Energy Plans

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China has reportedly played a vital role in the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) renewable energy strategy for the region, as reiterated by the UAE Minister of Energy and Industry, H.E. Eng. Suhail Al-Mazrouei recently. Continue reading

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Wind Energy – Cheapest Source of Clean Energy in India

Wind power has been acclaimed as the cheapest source of renewable energy in India. The wind generation capacity in India has reportedly increased over thirty years, and also holds the 4th position in the world with installations of over 31 GW at the end of March 2017. Continue reading

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California Poised To Achieve Renewable Energy Goal 10 Years Early

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Dillon Wind Power Project

California looks all set to achieve its renewable energy goal a decade ahead of schedule. Governor Jerry Brown had signed a law committing to renewable energy and stating that 50% of its electricity would come from the source by 2030.

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50+ US Cities Strong On Commitment To 100% Renewable Energy

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Cities across the United States have leapfrogged towards establishing strong commitments towards 100% clean, renewable energy. It is reported that over 50 cities and towns in the United States have made the transition to 100% renewable energy sources including solar power and wind. Recently, the Truckee, California Town Council, the City of Goleta (California), and Buncombe County (North Carolina) have set similar goals to transition to clean electricity by 2030. Continue reading

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Hydropower Projects Rise 300% Across Balkans Risking Wildlife

Vjosa River

Vjosa River. Credit: Creative Commons / Decius

The last remaining wild rivers of Europe flowing through the Balkans have been a habitat for a multitude of plants and animals. In the last two years, hydropower constructions have reportedly risen by 300% across the western Balkan region, threatening irreparable damage to the region’s exclusive biospheres.

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Costa Rica Completely Runs on Renewable Energy for 300 Days

Pirris Dam, Costa Rica

Pirris Dam, Costa Rica. Credit: Creative Commons

Costa Rica, a nation comprised of around 5 million people has accomplished another clean energy accolade. The Costa Rican Institute of Electricity (ICE) has reiterated that the Central American country has run on 300 days of 100% power generation from renewable energy sources by citing figures from the National Centre for Energy Control. Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Witnesses a Bright Future in Hawaii

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Keahole Solar Power’s Holaniku installation, Big Island of Hawaii.
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Hawaii is poised to lead the solar and energy storage for the future, with the state already generating more solar power per person than any other state. Hawaii has been the solar industry’s proving grounds, and the island of Kaua’i has been contributing enormously in this front. Continue reading

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Dutch Offshore Wind Farm Builders Poised to Sell Green Electricity to Corporates

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Energy companies building wind farms off the Dutch coast are poised to withhold offering their green electricity to the wholesale market and instead sell some of it directly to large corporates. Continue reading

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Wind Power to Leapfrog Taking Over Coal Power in Texas

Fayette Power Project

Fayette Power Project

Wind energy will leapfrog to overtake coal in Texas after the recent news that two large coal-fired power plants are expected to close in the next year.  Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Supply in Britain – How green is it?


Low-carbon sources attribute to around half of the power generated in the UK. In this context, one of UK’s renewable energy chiefs reiterated that electric cars would not be able to tackle climate change if they ran on fossil fuels. Continue reading

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