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Taiwan committed to developing renewable energy: President Ma

Taipei, Aug. 31 (CNA) President Ma Ying-jeou reiterated Sunday that Taiwan remains committed to the development of renewable energy and will continue pursuing new energy resources. “This is an era when people should not give up any energy options,” Ma … Continue reading

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Cavernous Swiss power plant undermined by renewable energy

(Adds link to graphic) * Utilities Axpo, Alpiq build huge pumped storage plants * Flood of midday solar power undermines business model * New projects in Switzerland, Austria, Germany put on ice * Pumped storage remains crucial to balance EU … Continue reading

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‘Challenges’ to SA’s renewable energy targets

SOUTH Africa can afford to be more ambitious in its renewable energy targets, according to a World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) report. Key to competitive renewable tariffs would be more local content which would offset a depreciating rand, as … Continue reading

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Time for renewable energy

By Emily Tokarowskieaston@wickedlocal.com Posted Aug. 31, 2014 @ 11:01 am Article source: Article Source

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The RET review cares only about coal profits, not renewable energy

Let’s not beat around the shrubbery: the review of the renewable energy target (RET) led by Dick Warburton was a sham designed from the very start to conclude that the RET should be wound back. If you don’t agree with … Continue reading

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Energy Quote of the Day: Turning to Renewable Energy to ‘Become Better …

About the panel Scott Edward Anderson is a consultant, blogger, and media commentator who blogs at The Green Skeptic. More » Christine Hertzog is a consultant, author, and a professional explainer focused on Smart Grid. More » Elias Hinckley is a strategic … Continue reading

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Cavernous Swiss power plant undermined by renewable energy

(Adds link to graphic) * Utilities Axpo, Alpiq build huge pumped storage plants * Flood of midday solar power undermines business model * New projects in Switzerland, Austria, Germany put on ice * Pumped storage remains crucial to balance EU … Continue reading

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Ma addresses youth about renewable energy options

President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) reiterated yesterday that Taiwan remains committed to the development of renewable energy sources and is to continue pursuing new energy ideas. “This is an era when people should not give up any energy options,” Ma said, … Continue reading

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Napthine government accused of attacking renewable energy incentives

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Renewable Energy Provides 100 Percent of New Electrical Generation in July

About the panel Scott Edward Anderson is a consultant, blogger, and media commentator who blogs at The Green Skeptic. More » Christine Hertzog is a consultant, author, and a professional explainer focused on Smart Grid. More » Elias Hinckley is a strategic … Continue reading

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