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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How Will Germany Pay For Electric Vehicle Charging Stations?

The Federal Republic of Germany (Germany) currently has a population of approximately 82.29 million people. In 2018, Germany has 46.47…

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Germany’s Move From Brown Coal To Green Energy

The population of the Federal Republic of Germany is currently estimated to be 82.36 million people. Germany’s power plants use…

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Volkswagen Invades China

Volkswagen (VW) is an automaker, headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany. VW is a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group, which is the…

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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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New York’s Insightful Offshore Wind Program

The state of New York has set an aggressive, but realistic target of developing 2,400 MW of capacity from offshore…

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Ethiopia’s New Waste to Energy Plant

The Kosche landfill in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia covers an area of over 3,000 square miles. The landfill which is overflowing…

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Global Wind Energy Trends

Winds offshore are typically stronger and more consistent than winds onshore. Stronger winds more power generation. As an example, a…

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Unification Of Europe’s Power Market

The European Union (EU) has begun testing a joint electricity market with Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Latvia,…

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Europe’s Growing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Europe is rapidly increasing the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging networks. Vattenfall has announced plans to install EV charging…

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