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- 08/17/14--00:08: Canada Hydro Line To Power 2-3% Of NYC
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- 10/05/15--07:45: Examining Brazil’s New Climate Plan (INDC)
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Working with industrial partners, the UK's AFC Energy is on the verge of launching the first commercial-scale implementation of a modular, low cost-high performance hydrogen fuel cell system that it believes can jump-start the hydrogen economy and map out a path to a clean, zero-emissions electricity future
Jump-Starting the Hydrogen Economy: AFC Energy Takes a Back to Basics, Commercial Approach was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Powerful multinational corporate interests are spending the equivalent of national GDPs to make sure that a climate change treaty isn't agreed to at the UNFCCC's COP 17 in Durban beginning next week, but a glimmer of hope remains, according to a new report from Greenpeace International
Greenpeace Report Lays Out Who’s Holding Back Climate Change Treaty, Green Global Economy was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The African Development Bank and South African state-owned electric utility Eskom signed a $365 million loan package that will help fund two historic renewable energy projects. The AfDB also pledged $498 million for Moroccan solar power projects. Africa, along with all nations around the world, stands at an energy crossroads. The AfDB loans will provide a substantive boost as South Africa and Morocco attempt to transition to clean energy economies that may serve as a model across the continent and beyond
Africa at the Energy Crossroads: AfDB Finances Historic Renewable Energy Projects in South Africa, Morocco was originally published on CleanTechnica.
GE and Kenya announcing development of a 150 MW wind power project highlights the multiple benefits of making renewable energy a pillar of economic development
GE’s 150-MW Kenya Wind Power Project Highlights Benefits of Clean Energy Economic Development was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The drive to develop and deploy renewable energy worldwide has been no 'blip on the radar screen,' but rather a sustained effort, the cumulative magnitude and effects of which are laid out in two industry standard reference reports released yesterday: the United Nations Environment Programme's "Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2012" and the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century's (REN21) 2012 Renewables Global Status Report
REN21, UNEP Reports Highlight Challenges Amid Record Renewable Energy Growth was originally published on CleanTechnica.
As part of staying current, literally hundreds of clean energy articles are reviewed each month. Thank you, Google. Dozens of relevant stories are found and reported to my network at month’s end and could be sent to you at your request. Some of these leap out, to me anyway, as significant to a wider cleantech [&hellip
Dave’s Top 10 Cleantech & Energy Stories From Last Month was originally published on CleanTechnica.
This is the second monthly report of 10 of the most compelling renewable energy and clean technology stories encountered from the previous month that have not already been published on CleanTechnica. Literally hundreds of articles are reviewed each month across many energy platforms, including renewables, fuels, energy generation, and conservation — and climate. Here are [&hellip
This is the third monthly report of 10 of the most compelling clean energy and clean technology stories encountered over the last month. Over a thousand articles were reviewed across many energy platforms, including renewables, fuels, energy generation, energy conservation, and climate. Here are my “Top 10” that might have an impact on your business, [&hellip
Top 10 Most Interesting Cleantech News Stories from July was originally published on CleanTechnica.
This continues my monthly report of 10 of the most compelling clean energy generation, energy conservation technology, and climate change stories encountered over the last month. Over a thousand articles were reviewed across the various clean energy platforms, 30+ were found to be of particular interest and are available in my newsletter upon request. Here [&hellip
Dave’s Top 10 Clean Energy News Stories From August was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Here’s my latest monthly report of the “Top 10” most compelling clean energy, climate, and environment-related news stories encountered last month. These articles may have an impact on your business, your life, and the world we live in. Or, at the very least, might surprise you about what’s going on. Over a thousand articles were [&hellip
Top 10 Most Interesting Energy & Environment Articles From November was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Here’s my latest monthly pick of the “Top 10” most compelling clean energy, climate, and environment-related news stories from last month. While some articles may impact you profoundly, at the very least, others are very interesting. Over a thousand articles were reviewed and 30+ were collected and sent to my private reader list. This newsletter [&hellip
Top 10 Most Interesting Energy, Environment, & Climate Articles From December was originally published on CleanTechnica.
A longer version of this article, with commentary, was released in one of our sister publications, Planetsave, on Sunday, July 27. Scientific American has raised an issue that’s been puzzling environmental and climate scientists since the beginnings of the natural gas boom in the United States. With ClimateWire, the nation’s most reputable lay science journal [&hellip
Do Fugitive Emissions Of Methane Create A Fossil Fuel Tossup? was originally published on CleanTechnica.
It’s nice not to be talking about imports from Canada in terms of oil this time. The U.S. Department of Energy has approved the final environmental impact statement for the 336-mile, 1000-megawatt Champlain Hudson Power Express transmission line across the U.S.-Canada border near Champlain, New York, extending to New York City. The high-voltage direct current line, mostly [&hellip
Originally published on Rocky Mountain Institute. By Erik G. Fowler, Douglas Miller, and Brett Bridgeland In 1961, President Kennedy presented the challenge to land an American on the Moon in 10 years or less. This seemingly impossible goal unlocked a national spirit of ingenuity and became a reality just eight years later in 1969 when [&hellip
Palo Alto’s Moonshot: Can It Become The First Carbon-Neutral City In US was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Roadway renewable energy enthusiasts might be interested in seeing some of these demonstrations, referred to by the Federal Highway Administration as “Alternate Uses of Highway Right-of-Way (ROW).” Although some may believe renewable energy test are a new thing, rest assured, they are not at all, writes the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), stating, “Renewable energy has [&hellip
This May, the World Resources Institute, a global research organization spanning over 50 countries, released Putting a Price on Carbon: A Handbook for U.S. Policymakers, an important reference guide that addresses decarbonization and its interaction with many other policy priorities. WRI envisions the working paper—and the detailed briefings to come—as playing “a helpful role in the coming [&hellip
WRI Report Outlines US Carbon Pricing Alternatives was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Originally published on WRI. By Viviane Romeiro and Rachel Biderman This week Brazil formally submitted its climate plan, also known as its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC). The country’s INDC comes on the heels of joint climate change declarations it’s made in recent months with China, Germany and the United States, showing that the country [&hellip
The World Resources Institute released a couple of positive international findings today for renewable energy in its Assessing the Post-2020 Clean Energy Landscape report. Breaking down the 127 INDCs submitted to the United Nations by late October, the think tank discovered: 80% reference clean energy; 53% mention clean energy targets; and 27% put forward clean [&hellip
Renewables Use By Top Emitters Will More Than Double By 2030 was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Hugh Grossman The latest inventory of national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, released by the government, indicates that Australian emissions increased 1 per cent over the 2015 calendar year, growing to 3 per cent above 2000 levels – and forecast to be above of Australia’s target to cut emissions to minus [&hellip
Australia’s GHG Emissions Have Jumped 3% Since 2000 was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Scotland is second only to Sweden in the European Union in terms of its cuts to its greenhouse gas emissions, according to new figures. According to new figures published this week by the Scottish Government, between 1990 and 2014, Scotland has decreased its greenhouse gas emissions by 39.5% — compared to 34.2% in England, and [&hellip
Scotland’s Greenhouse Emissions Cuts 2nd Only To Sweden was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Countries building TLC - transparency, longevity and certainty - into strong climate change policy frameworks are gaining a competitive advantage over countries that aren't, according to a new study from DB Climate Change Advisors. China and Germany have emerged as global leaders, while the US continues to lag, and may even lose ground, at least at the federal level
A hydrogen fuel cell-powered hybrid electric bus supplied by UTC Power for the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District has set a performance record by operating for over 10,000 hours. The milestone is another step toward reducing the life cycle cost of hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles, which produce zero emissions and are more than 50% efficient in terms of converting energy to power.
If successful, FuelCell Energy's system will separate and capture 90% or more of the CO2 emitted from a coal-fired power plant's flue stream. The CO2, along with hydrogen 'reformed' from natural gas, will be used to drive a fuel cell that produces clean electricity that will add to the plant's energy output. Nitrogen oxides (NOX), another potent greenhouse gas, will also be captured, but destroyed in the process. Emissions from the fuel cell system: water
The third in a series, this post explains the workings and the principal aims of a DOE project in which Connecticut's FuelCell Energy will use its Direct FuelCell technology to capture 90% of a coal-fired power plant's CO2 emissions at a 35% or less increased in the cost of electricity
Stephens uses the alleged failure of three climate policies – corn ethanol, the European Emissions Trading Scheme, and the German Energiewende – to undermine the idea of climate mitigation. Imagine such coward’s reasoning – this may not work, let’s do nothing – applied in medicine or war
New figures from the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency have confirmed global greenhouse gas emissions levels continued to increase in 2016, albeit at a relatively slow rate, reaching 49.3 gigatonnes in CO2 equivalent
Instead of halfway measures and greenwashing, Ray Anderson oriented Interface to the singular goal of having no net negative impact on the environment, something it calls Mission Zero®. Interface hasn't hit Mission Zero® yet, but that goal has been woven into the company’s DNA. He passed away years ago, but that vision remains integral to the company’s culture.
Scotland's Climate Change Secretary announced this week that the country met its statutory annual greenhouse gas emissions target for the third year in a row in 2016, which resulted in emissions being down 49% on a 1990 baseline.
A new report offers idealistic yet hopeful solutions to climate change.
A new book is a one-stop source for policy changes to reduce GHG emissions. Designing Climate Solutions: A Policy Guide for Low-Carbon Energy is an accessible guide that should be on every person's resource shelf. It offers concise information and pathways for the necessary transition to a low-carbon society