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  • Report: Africa Could Generate “Quarter of its Energy” From Renewables by 2030

    Report: Africa Could Generate “Quarter of its Energy” From Renewables by 2030 With the cost of renewable energy technology lower than ever before, many of the world’s emerging markets are viewing renewable energy not just as a clean source of power, but as a cost-effective one. A new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) claims that Africa could Continue Reading

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  • Inside Cochin: The World’s First Solar Powered International Airport

    Inside Cochin: The World’s First Solar Powered International Airport The largest and busiest airport in the Indian state of Kerala and the third busiest international airport in all of India carried over 6.8 million passengers last year, beaten in sheer numbers only by Delhi and Mumbai. It serves more than 20 airlines and, between its two terminals, covers an area Continue Reading

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  • Green Energy Subsidy Cuts Threaten Scotland’s “100% Renewables” Target

    Green Energy Subsidy Cuts Threaten Scotland’s “100% Renewables” Target Cuts to renewable energy subsidies could affect Scotland’s ambitions of generating 100% of its electricity using renewable energy, according to the Fergus Ewing, the Scottish Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism. The energy minister stated that reductions in subsidies for renewable energy tech could potentially affect up to £14 billion of Continue Reading

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  • Can Hawaii Become “Renewables Only” by 2045?

    Can Hawaii Become “Renewables Only” by 2045? In May of 2015, the Hawaii State Energy Office announced its bold ambition: that the sunny archipelago state would generate all of its energy using renewable sources by the year 2045. Hawaii’s warm, sunny climate and mountainous terrain make it one of the world’s best locations for renewable energy. The state has one Continue Reading

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  • California Signs 50% Renewable Energy Target Into Law

    California Signs 50% Renewable Energy Target Into Law California has long been at the forefront of renewable energy usage. Recently, Jerry Brown, the state’s governor, signed a new bill into law specifying that half of all the state’s energy must be generated using renewable technology by 2030. The law is one of the most ambitious in the Western world, and Continue Reading

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