New York To Be Carbon Free By 2040

The current population of the state of New York is approximately 19.88 million people. In October 2018, the state utilities…

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Offshore Wind Is In Connecticut’s Future

The current population of the state of Connecticut is approximately 3.59 million people. In 2018, the state utilities used natural…

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Nevada Betting On Renewables

The current population of the state of Nevada is estimated to be 3.12 million. In October 2018, the state utilities…

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Solar Cutting Vermont’s Electricity Costs

The current population of the state of Vermont is estimated to be 624,263 people. In October 2018, the utilities used…

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Growing Global Investment In Renewable Energy

Sumitomo Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan imports, exports, and trades a diverse range of goods and commodities around the world.…

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U.S. Government & “Big Oil” Collaborate on Renewables

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is located in Golden, Colorado and specializes in renewable energy and energy efficiency research…

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Germany’s Renewable Energy Isn’t Reducing Greenhouse Emissions

The Federal Republic of Germany currently has an estimated population of 82.37 million people. In 2018, Germany’s power plants used…

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The World’s Addiction To Fossil Fuels

Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) are not renewable resources. Continued industrial growth is causing the world to consume…

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Kenya’s Remarkable Electrification Program

The Republic of Kenya currently has an estimated population of 51.57 million people. In 2017, approximately 55% of the country’s…

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Solar’s Future Is Bright In Oz

The Commonwealth of Australia’s current population is estimated to be 24.93 million people. In 2017, the power plants used fossil…

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