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As power generated from renewable energy in European Union countries eclipsed that of fossil fuels in 2020, key facilities opened in Ukraine and Poland.
It’s going to take time for the dust to settle but for now, let’s be heartened by the fact that the Glasgow sessions have once again put renewables on the agenda.
The opportunity to encourage clean energy adoption via roof replacements is enormous, and the potential positive impact on the climate crisis is significant.
[MIT Technology Review] Harvesting geothermal energy from deep underground has great potential, but it faces significant obstacles… It might not have been a great idea to try out a new approach to geothermal energy on a fault line. The AP reports that a utility in Switzerland that drilled wells to access hot rocks deep underground has had to shut down […]
Generac’s evolution into an energy technology solutions company creates many opportunities to integrate our ecobee products with their residential device offerings, said ecobee CEO Stuart Lombard.
Stuart Energy Systems says its poised to tap into the enormous market opportunities for hydrogen production and supply systems that are cost effective and environmentally safe.
An insider’s look at the Glasgow climate summit – talks intensify, amid grandstanding and anger outside
The transition is underway, Glasgow needs to deliver, and the world needs to train and prepare for the sprint to 2030 in a race to zero emissions.
[Wired News] So, how’s this for a big solution: Swiss researcher Thomas Hinderling wants to build solar islands several miles across that he claims can produce hundreds of megawatts of relatively inexpensive power. He’s the CEO of the Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique, a privately held R&D company, and he’s already received $5 million from the Ras al Khaimah […]
We have looked at the impacts of three of the most ‘hard-to-abate’ sectors and what alternatives may look like from the perspective of their emissions, costs and practicalities.
By Seline van der Wat With thousands of miles of waterways and enormous untapped potential, the African continent is poised for an explosion of hydropower growth.