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Kenneth Bossong - August 21, 2014

Renewable Energy Accounts for 100 Percent of New US Electrical Generating Capacity in July

According to the latest "Energy Infrastructure Update" report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Office of Energy Projects, all new U.S. electrical generating capacity...

Renewable Energy World Editors - August 20, 2014

UK Supermarket To Be Powered Exclusively by Waste-To-Energy Plant

U.K. retailer Sainsbury’s announced that it will power one of its supermarkets with 100 percent renewable electricity produced from an anaerobic digester, making it the largest retailer...

Bloomberg News Editors - August 20, 2014

Australia Chills Hopes for $20 Billion Clean Energy Industry

Australia is frightening developers away from renewable energy even before the government decides whether to overhaul targets for the industry’s growth.

Bloomberg News Editors - August 19, 2014

Green Whiskey: Scottish Distillery To Be Powered by Combined Heat and Power Plant

Scotland’s Macallan whisky distillery is set to get most of its heat requirement from a combined heat and power plant part-funded by the government.

David Baldwin - August 14, 2014

Building Renewable Energy in the Developing World, Brick by BRICS

A group of five powerful nations has just created a new financial institution that may very well have a major influence on the growth of renewable energy in the developing world. At...

David Appleyard - August 13, 2014

Global Renewable Energy Status Uncovered

More than a fifth of the world's electrical power production now comes from renewable sources and in 2013 renewables accounted for more than 56 percent of all net additions to global...

Bloomberg News Editors - August 11, 2014

China, Brazil Consider Publicity Blitz to Steer Climate Debate

China and Brazil are looking for ways to redirect a global climate debate, which they say unfairly accuses developing nations of delaying limits on fossil-fuel pollution.

Bloomberg News Editors - August 07, 2014

India to Sart Construction on German-backed $8 Billion Renewable Grid Project

India will begin construction this year on an $8 billion project backed by Germany’s development bank to upgrade its grid to handle a more than doubling of renewable power capacity...

Bloomberg News Editors - August 05, 2014

Obama Delay on Biofuel Rule Puts Intended Beneficiaries in Bind

In the arid Imperial Valley of California, Tim Brummels is trying to turn an agricultural cousin of sugarcane into low-carbon ethanol.

Jennifer Runyon - August 04, 2014

Renewable Heating and Cooling Now Mandated in Massachusetts

In the Northeast United States, homeowners and businesses use a lot of energy to heat (and cool, but mostly heat) their buildings and a new bill, waiting for Massachusetts Governor...

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