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Morocco – A Role Model in Using Renewable to Control Climate Change

Renewable energy usage in Morocco is increasing in geometric progression. Morocco In the year 2007 had less than 10% of its electricity production coming from renewables, currently, has risen to 20% and it targets itself at 40% by 2020 and 50% plus by 2030. Continue reading

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The U.S. Green Energy Future and President-Elect Donald Trump

A man who has claimed many times that, the global warming is an “expensive hoax” has become the leader of the United States of America. President-Elect Donald Trump’s win was a very important and may be a side turner news for the energy industry. Continue reading






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Renewable Energy Becomes the Largest Electricity Producer

Though questions are being raised about whether renewables are on track to reach the massive targets set by the Paris Agreement, in terms of carbon emissions to curb the climate change; the rapid growth of renewable energy is highly appreciable. Continue reading






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Kuwait’s First Solar Power Plant Becomes Operational

Kuwait officially the State of Kuwait (Dawlat al-Kuwait), a country in Western Asia has a very high-income economy which is backed by its oil reserves. It has the world’s sixth-largest oil reserves. The Kuwaiti dinar is the highest valued currency in the world. Continue reading






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Airborne Wind Energy Systems – A Novel Way of Producing Electricity

Global demand for green and sustainable energy is ever rising. Scientists are tapping all the possible sources of renewable energy available on the earth. Many creative and innovative concepts are being implemented. Continue reading






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Integrated Solar Energy Approach – Convert – Store – Use

The concept evolved in this is – a family could install a Solar City panel on their roof – capture energy from the sun – store it in a Tesla Powerwall battery – use that energy to power their home or vehicles. Continue reading






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India’s Renewable Energy Target of 175 GW by 2022 Attracts Global Investors

The fastest growing economies in the world – India has set itself a target of 175GW of renewable energy by 2022, to stand by its commitment in Paris agreement. Continue reading






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Google Inches ahead to its Own Commitments of 2025 Renewable Energy Target

Google bought the entire output of two new wind farms under construction in Sweden and Norway. As the search giant continues its push to be powered by one hundred percent renewable energy. Continue reading






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Global Renewable Energy to Surpass Fossil Fuels by the Year 2040

At present, there are three main energy sources which are used – fossil fuel, fissile fuel and renewable. Fossil sources are petroleum, coal, oil etc., renewable sources are – biomass, solar, wind, hydropower etc., and the fissile energy sources are uranium and thorium. Continue reading






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Germany Sets an Example in Front of the World of Renewable Energy Revolution

On Sunday, May 15, 2016, in Germany at around 2p.m. (local time); renewables were supplying 45.5 gigawatts electricity and the demand was 45.8 gigawatts! Germany is determined and pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below 1990 levels by 2020 and by 80-85% percent by 2050 from 1990 levels, has assertively inched towards its commitments to 100% renewable energy by 2050. Continue reading






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