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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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Renewable energy catching on in Stoddard County

DEXTER, Mo. — Carolyn Johnson, a native of Dexter first saw solar panels being installed and used to generate power in the 1970s. She vowed then that she would one day do the same thing. Now, she does. Living on … Continue reading

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Kramer: Investment in renewable energy in Africa would benefit US economy

It’s difficult for any American to imagine a life without easily accessible power inside and outside the home. But for millions in Africa, it’s still difficult to imagine life with it. The development and investment in energy production in Africa … Continue reading

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Vermont utilities could lose millions of dollars in energy credits

The Legislature next session will decide whether electric utilities should be required to sell renewable energy to customers, rekindling a debate over the price Vermont consumers will pay to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The creation of a renewable portfolio standard … Continue reading

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Climate Change Authority to conduct second renewable energy target review

The Climate Change Authority (CCA) will conduct another review of the renewable energy target (RET) before December, as the government struggles to win Senate support to wind back the scheme. The Coalition had intended to abolish the CCA, and despite … Continue reading

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Brazil Schedules Next Renewable Energy Auction for April 10

Brazil’s Ministry of Mining and Energy will hold an auction for electricity from renewable power plants on April 10. In the auction, existing biomass energy projects will compete for contracts to sell power starting in January 2016, the ministry said … Continue reading

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