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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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Wind Energy – An important source of electricity in US

Wind energy is becoming a major source of electricity in the recent years. Last year, Iowa has generated 31% of its power from wind resources, the most in the country. Other states, including South Dakota (25.5%) and Kansas (23.9%) are not too behind. Continue reading






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Costa Rica is 99% Powered By Renewable Energy

Costa Rica generates most of its electricity from renewable sources, as much as 99% of their electricity comes from renewable sources.This is a significant relief to the planet as well as to the health of the life that lives on it. Continue reading






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Is the Spanish Dream of Clean Alternative Energy Still Possible?

Up until 2007, Spain was the undisputed leader of renewable energy. It led the world in the wind and solar energy and was well on course achieving the 20% threshold by 2011.

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3 Ways Plastic Is Being Used To Produce Renewable Energy

Though many people view plastic as a threat to the environment, recent developments have proven that plastic can, in fact, be used as a valuable resource in the pursuit of renewable energy.

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By 2050 Croatia Could Be 100% Supplied by Renewable Energy

In Croatia, estimated 11.7% of energy will come from hydroelectric power, 30% from the wind, and solar energy will produce 48.9 %. Continue reading






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Abu Dhabi and Irena seek renewable energy projects for low-cost funding

Abu Dhabi is helping to really get the ball rolling on this new type of energy that will make a great impact in our world today. Abu Dhabi is looking to create a fresh new round of funding to projects that are focused on renewable energy all over the world. Continue reading






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Is Geothermal the Saviour to Britain’s Energy Problems?

Iceland is an island nation located in a tectonically active region. Fiery volcanoes are its way of life. It has created a very productive geothermal field that can power the whole of Europe if harnessed. Continue reading






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India-US, to Promote Renewable Energy

India-US, were in talks recently and have decided to set up a working panel to view the financing options, with the aim of promoting generation of energy through renewable sources.

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Saudi Looking for Private Investors to Push Renewables

Saudi Arabia is keen on strengthening its renewable energy sector. The Electricity and Co-Generation Regulatory Authority of Saudi Arabia stated that its intention to seek private investors to develop the region’s potential for solar power and other forms of renewable … Continue reading

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