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Turning 500 Tonnes of Cow Poop a Day into Renewable Energy

  Alberta is known for its beef — or more specifically its beef marketing. If you haven’t seen the original “I heart Alberta beef” bumper sticker you’ve definitely seen an homage. But Alberta beef started for a reason, Alberta’s grain … Continue reading

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The Future of Energy: How to Transition to a Renewable Economy

This is the third in a series on the future of energy. Part 1 is here and Part 2 is here. *** I like data. There, I said it. Actually, I love data, so this piece will contain quite a … Continue reading

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REUTERS SUMMIT-Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power shifts toward renewable energy

(For other news from Reuters Middle East Investment Summit, click here) * North Africa, some Gulf states pushing renewable energy * Saudi renewables drive slow to start but will accelerate * Working on or preparing to bid for $15 billion … Continue reading

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ERA licenses 9 renewable energy projects

By Samuel Sanya An additional 9 renewable electricity plants, some under the Global Energy Transfer for Feed-in-Tarrifs (GET-FiT) programme, have been licensed to generate 132.7MW to boost Uganda’s transformation into an upper middle class country. Eight power plants had been … Continue reading

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Labor rejects Abbott government’s first attempt at renewable energy deal

The clean energy industry and Labor have immediately rejected the Abbott government’s opening gambit in negotiations to find a bipartisan agreement on the future of the renewable energy target. The plan would protect household solar installers but, according to the … Continue reading

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Renewable energy offers big scope for cooperation

I am delighted to have taken up my assignment in June 2014 as Germany’s new ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.Over the past years, much has been done to strengthen our relationship. Given the turbulence in large parts of … Continue reading

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Large-scale batteries are integral in shift to renewable energy

Megha Satyanarayana | The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review At Turkey Hill Dairy in Lancaster County, the secret ingredient in its ice cream is wind. Along with conventionally derived power used to make its sweet treats, the dairy is the sole customer of … Continue reading

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Udall visits Sapphire Energy, touts future of renewable energy – Las Cruces Sun

LAS CRUCES GT;GT; U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, D-NM, took some time to talk energy and algae Tuesday at Sapphire Energy, the world’s largest research and development facility devoted to algae-to-energy testing. Among some 70 active ponds, which range in size … Continue reading

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Opposition to renewable energy brews in Imperial Valley

A well head is seen in the foreground with Unit 5’s clarifiers in the background at CalEnergy Operating Corporation’s Salton Sea geothermal field on Sept. 10, 2014, in the Calipatria area. (Photo: Crystal Chatham/The Desert Sun ) Renewable energy development … Continue reading

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Renewable energy sources are the way of the future

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