Maine On Track To Achieve 100% Renewable Target

The population of the state of Maine is approximately 1.35 million people[1]. In June 2020, state utilities used renewable energy…

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Madagascar Dreams Of Green Electricity

The population of the Republic of Madagascar is approximately 27.85 million people[1]. In 2018, only 25.9% of the people in…

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Granite State’s Path To Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The population of the “Granite State”, New Hampshire is approximately 1.37 million people[1]. In May 2020, state utilities used nuclear…

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U.K. Businesses Expanding Renewable Energy

AMG Superalloys U.K. has announced it has entered into a multi-year agreement with Ørsted to purchase 100% of its power…

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Germany’s Growing Renewable Energy

In 2017, renewable energy generated 55.1% of Germany’s power generation capacity. Fossil fuel and nuclear energy generated 39.6% and 5.3%…

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United Kingdom’s Coal to Biomass Fuel Conversion

Drax Power, a major utility company in the United Kingdom has announced that is has taken a fourth coal fueled…

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South Dakota’s Wind Farms

Over the past decade, the Great Plains states (Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, and…

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America’s Wasted Low-Carbon, Renewable Fuel

In the United States, approximately fifty million tons of food scraps, sewage and manure are incinerated or sent to landfills,…

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AMERICA’S ENERGY EVOLUTION

The three major categories of energy for electricity generation in the United States are fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and…

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US Renewable Energy Growth Continuing

In the recently released “Energy Infrastructure Update” by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) documents the continued growth in renewable…

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