Solar Is Spain’s Future

The population of the Kingdom of Spain is approximately 46.76 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the people in this…

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Tennessee’s Quest To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The population of the state of Tennessee is approximately 6.89 million people[1]. In August 2020, state utilities used nuclear energy…

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The Badger State Going Green

The population of the Badger State, Wisconsin is approximately 5.85 million people[1]. In July 2020, state utilities used coal (44.9%),…

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Coal Still King In Ohio

The population of the state of Ohio is approximately 11.75  million people[1]. In July 2020, utilities used natural gas (46.7%),…

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Massachusetts’ Green New Deal, Isn’t Very Green!

The population of the state of Massachusetts is approximately 6.98 million people[1]. In July 2020, utilities used natural gas (87.4%)…

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Switzerland’s Energy Conundrum

The population of the Swiss Confederation (Switzerland) is approximately 8.68 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the people in this…

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Solar For The Sunshine State

The current population of the state of Sunshine State, Florida is approximately 21.99 million people[1]. In July 2020, state utilities[2]…

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Belgium Is Turning Away From Nuclear Power

The population of the Kingdom of Belgium is approximately 11.60 million people[1]. In 2017, utilities in the country used nuclear…

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Granite State’s Path To Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The population of the “Granite State”, New Hampshire is approximately 1.37 million people[1]. In May 2020, state utilities used nuclear…

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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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