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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Lone Star State Going Solar!

The current population of the state of Texas is estimated to be 29.10 million people. In November 2018, state utilities…

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Unlocking Argentina’s Renewable Energy Potential

The Argentine Republic currently has a population estimated to be 44.88 million people. Argentina’s power plants use fossil fuels (60%),…

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Good Wind & Great Wind

Improving technology has made wind energy cheaper than any form of fossil fuel (coal, oil or natural gas) in most…

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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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The Winds of Denmark

Ørsted A/S is an international energy company, headquartered in Fredericia, Denmark. The company has power projects in Denmark, Germany, Sweden,…

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US Wind Energy Surging

On June 30, 2018, wind farms in the United States reached a record 90,000 MW capacity. The demand for wind…

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New Wind Farms In Egypt

Orascom Construction Limited, ENGIE and Toyota Tsusho Corporation have announced plans to develop a 500 MW wind farm in the…

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India’s Commitment To Renewable Energy

The Republic of India is a rapidly developing country with a population of approximately of 1.35 billion people. Over 20%…

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Singapore’s Renewable Energy Program

The island nation of the Republic of Singapore has an area of only 278 square miles. The country has a…

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