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The biggest win for renewable energy this decade

The world now gets 22% of its power from renewable sources – wind, sun, geothermal energy, biomass, water, etc. One of the remaining bottlenecks is the cost to store the energy. But that might just change, according to a new report this week. Power is produced when the sun shines, the wind blows, or the […]

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Renewable energy: it can be done

In the past six months, the world has seen record after record be broken by renewable energy – clean power from the water, wind and sun. Wind power provided 22% of electricity demand in Britain last Sunday, reducing coal to 13%. Spain produced over 1/3 of its electricity from renewable power this July. 1/3 of Germany’s power in the first half of 2014 came […]

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