“Land Down Under” Turning Away From Coal

The Commonwealth of Australia, also known as the “Land Down Under” has a population of approximately 25.62 million[1]. In 2018,…

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Fiji Developing Its Renewable Potential

The population of the Republic of Fiji is approximately 0.90 million people[1]. In 2018, 99.6% of the people in this…

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ARE CALIFORNIA’S DREAMS OF A GREEN FUTURE VIABLE? Yes! With A Little Help From Their Neighbors, Oregon

The population of the state of California is approximately 39.94 million people[1]. In June 2020, state utilities used renewable energy…

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Panama’s Future Is Renewable Energy

The population of the Republic of Panama is approximately 4.33 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the people in this Central…

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Bulgaria Slowly Turning From Coal To Renewable Energy

The Republic of Bulgaria has a population of approximately 6.94 million people[1]. In 2016, national utilities used coal (46.4%), nuclear power (34.2%),…

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Renewable Energy Is Revving Up In The Silver State

The population of the “Silver State”, Nevada is approximately 3.14 million people[1]. In May 2020, state utilities used natural gas…

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Offshore Wind Is In Taiwan’s Future

The population of the Republic of China (Taiwan) is approximately 23.82 million people. In 2018, power companies used Coal (47.6%),…

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America’s Evolving Energy Policies

America became a net importer of oil in 1951 due to the post World War II booming economy and the…

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KYNT AM 1450 – Jack Kerfoot Radio Interview on “What Will America’s Energy Revolution Mean For Your Pocketbook?”

David Leonard, Host of Alive At Five with KYNT out of Yankton, South Dakota interviewed Jack Kerfoot, scientist, energy expert…

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Aloha State’s Journey To Zero Carbon Emissions

The current population of the “Aloha State,” Hawaii is estimated to be 1.42 million people. In April 2019, state utilities…

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