Serbia Turning From Coal To Wind

The current population of the Republic of Serbia is approximately 8.74 million people. In 2016, utilities used fossil fuels (70%)…

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U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fall, But Not Enough

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reported that greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by 2.7% from 2016 to 2017…

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United Nations & Google Collaborate On Our Environment

The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and Google LLC have announced plans to collaborate in an effort to monitor the…

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US Reviewing Natural Gas Facility Authorization Procedures

On April 19, 2018, the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) to examine…

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Solar Power For Madagascar

The Republic of Madagascar with a population of over 26 million people is one of the poorest countries in the…

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Global Energy Report

The 2018 Global Status Report by Renewable Energy World documents that the move from fossil fuel to renewable energy in…

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Politics of Canada Oil

In 2015, Justin Trudeau campaigned for Prime Minister (PM) of Canada on a platform of “real change” on environmental issues.…

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Evolution Of Offshore Wind Energy

Over the past decade, countries in Europe and Asia have been rapidly developing offshore wind projects. The reason for the…

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Energy Analysis – Pacific Contiguous Region (California, Oregon & Washington)

In the United States, the Pacific Contiguous Region includes the states of California, Oregon and Washington. The first table compares…

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New York’s Offshore Wind Plans

The first offshore wind farm in the United States began operating off the coast of Rhode Island in 2016. Other…

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