Belgium’s Energy Conundrum Isn’t About Russian Oil And Natural Gas

National Economy The population of the Kingdom of Belgium is approximately 11.72 million people[1]. In 2021, 100% of the people…

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Malaysia’s Measured Move To Renewables Is Costing Consumers $$$

National Economy The population of the Federation of Malaya (Malaysia) is approximately 33.44 million people[1]. In 2021, 100% of the people…

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Renewables Booming In The Lone Star State, Not Texas Tea!

State Economy The population of the “Lone Star State,” Texas is approximately 30.34 million people[1]. Texas is the 2nd  most…

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Renewables Key To Estonia’s Energy Independence

National Economy The population of the Republic of Estonia is approximately 1.33 million people[1]. In 2021, 100% of the people…

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Renewables Surging In The Philippines

National Economy The population of the Republic of the Philippines is approximately 113.32 million people[1]. In 2020, 96.84 % of…

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The “Cowboy State” Riding High With Renewables!

State Economy The population of the “Cowboy State” Wyoming is approximately 0.58 million people[1]. Wyoming is the least populated state…

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The Times, They Are A Changing In The Pelican State

State Economy The population of the Pelican State, Louisiana is approximately 4.70 million people[1]. Louisiana is the 25th most populated…

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South Korea’s Energy Future Is Floating Solar And Offshore Wind

National Economy The population of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) is approximately 51.38 million people[1]. In 2021, 100% of…

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Renewable Project Development Booming In The Empire State

State Economy The population of the “Empire State,” New York is approximately 20.45 million people[1]. New York is the 4th…

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Tunisia Turns To Renewables To Counter Volatile Fossil Fuel Prices

National Economy The population of the Republic of Tunisia is approximately 12.13 million people[1]. In 2020, 100 % of the…

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