Russia’s Energy Policy – Business As Usual

The population of the Russian Federation is approximately 145.93 million people[1]. In 2016, the national utility used natural gas (46%), renewable…

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“Treasure State” Turning From Coal To Wind

The population of the “Treasure State,” Montana is approximately 1.09 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used renewable energy…

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Greece Moving Toward Renewable Energy

The population of the Hellenic Republic (Greece) is approximately 10.42 million people[1]. In 2018, utilities in the country[2] used coal…

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Vietnam Tapping Into The Country’s Vast Renewable Energy Potential

The population of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Vietnam) is approximately 97.43 million people[1]. In 2017, the national utility used…

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Virginia Enacts Green Legislation

The population of the state of Virginia is approximately 8.63 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used natural gas…

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Wisconsin’s Path To Zero-Carbon

The population of the state of Wisconsin is approximately 5.85 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used natural gas…

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China’s Insatiable Appetite For Fossil Fuels

The population of the People’s Republic of China (China) is approximately 1,439.32 million people[1]. In 2018, power companies used Coal…

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Ghana’s Economic Growth Is Tied To Renewables

The Republic of Ghana has a population of approximately 31.07 million people[1]. In 2019, power plants in the west African…

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Illinois Giving Coal The Cold Shoulder

The population of the state of Illinois is approximately 12.66 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used nuclear (64.1%),…

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Renewable Energy Boom In The Lone Star State

The population of the Lone Star State, Texas is approximately 29.47 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used natural…

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