Estonia’s Greatest Threat – Russia or Climate Change?

The Republic of Estonia regained independence from the United Socialist Soviet Republic (USSR) in 1991. Estonia is bordered by Russia…

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U.S. Government Enters Floating Offshore Wind Race

Winds offshore are stronger and more consistent than winds onshore. A wind turbine can generate 50% more electrical power with…

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RACE FOR CHEAPER OFFSHORE WIND

Winds offshore are stronger and more consistent than winds onshore. A wind turbine can generate 50% more electrical power with…

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Georgia’s Future Is Nuclear Energy

The current population of Georgia is approximately 3.90 million people. In December 2018, state utilities used natural gas (36.1%), nuclear…

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“OLD LINE STATE” GOING GREEN

The current population of the “Old Line State,” Maryland is approximately 6.11 million people. In December 2018, state utilities used…

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SUNNY SOLAR FUTURE FOR THE SUNSHINE STATE

The current population of the “Sunshine State,” Florida is approximately 21.64 million people. In December 2018, state utilities used natural…

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Idaho, Green Today & Greener Tomorrow!

The current population of Idaho is estimated to be 1.79 million people. In December 2018, state utilities used renewable energy…

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Tidal Energy, The Renewable Unicorn

Tidal energy is a form of hydropower that converts energy obtained from the tides into electricity. Island nations, like Japan…

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OFFSHORE WIND REVOLUTION

Winds offshore are stronger and more consistent than winds onshore. A wind turbine can generate 50% more electrical power with…

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More Utilities Turning Their Back on Coal

In June 2018, Consumers Energy announced a plan to stop using coal to generate electricity by 2040. Consumer Energy is…

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