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Renewable energy plan frustrates solar industry

Work is underway to connect solar panels at the Desert Sunlight solar farm in Desert Center on Aug. 20. The project is expected to be fully operational early this year.(Photo: Crystal Chatham/The Desert Sun) Six years ago, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger … Continue reading

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A 50-Percent-By-2025 Renewable Energy Standard Can Help Gov. Cuomo …

In the wake of Governor Cuomo’s courageous decision last month to ban fracking in New York State, the state is poised to become even more of a leader in clean energy, if it puts in place the right policies. Governor … Continue reading

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A 50-Percent-By-2025 Renewable Energy Standard Can Help Gov. Cuomo …

In the wake of Governor Cuomo’s courageous decision last month to ban fracking in New York State, the state is poised to become even more of a leader in clean energy, if it puts in place the right policies. Governor … Continue reading

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Wow! Europe’s Renewable Energy Associations Dominated By Fossil Interests

Europe has been the most aggressive, reliable advocate on addressing climate change and moving to renewable energy, but now, even the motives of their trade associations have to be questioned.  The Guardian reports that Europe’s major solar and wind associations have been taken over by … Continue reading

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Wow! Europe’s Renewable Energy Associations Dominated By Fossil Interests

Europe has been the most aggressive, reliable advocate on addressing climate change and moving to renewable energy, but now, even the motives of their trade associations have to be questioned.  The Guardian reports that Europe’s major solar and wind associations have been taken over by … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Grid: Will Utilities Opt Out?

San Diego’s energy grid is being targeted by environmental activists who want to offer customers a menu of renewable sources. That grid is mostly fossil-fueled. Is San Diego Gas Electric Co., its owner/operator, committed to “going green”? State and local … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Grid: Will Utilities Opt Out?

San Diego’s energy grid is being targeted by environmental activists who want to offer customers a menu of renewable sources. That grid is mostly fossil-fueled. Is San Diego Gas Electric Co., its owner/operator, committed to “going green”? State and local … Continue reading

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SunZia announcement may bring renewable-energy jobs

There hasn’t been a way for the state to export the electricity it generates from renewable sources, but on Saturday there will likely be a breakthrough when Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell visits Albuquerque to make a major announcement … Continue reading

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Africa Needs to Move Forward On Renewable Energy

By Wambi Michael Abu Dhabi — Diversification of Africa’s electricity sources by embarking on renewable energy solutions – such as solar, wind, geothermal and hydro power – is being heralded as a solution to the continent’s energy poverty. But although … Continue reading

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Masdar CEO: Adoption Of Renewable Energy Is Key To Meeting Growing …

Clean Power Published on January 23rd, 2015 by James Ayre 0 January 23rd, 2015 by James Ayre  The CEO of Masdar, Dr Ahmad Belhoul, recently gave the keynote speech at the opening of the 8th World Future Energy Summit — … Continue reading

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