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The Australian government’s chief scientific body says there is no apparent technical impediment to reaching 100 per cent renewables for the national electricity grid

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With a market this size, the total numbers are just the tip of the iceberg. Shayle Kann illustrates what’s happening in the residential, commercial and utility-scale sectors in the U.S.

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Florida Power & Light Co., the largest generator of solar energy in Florida, today announced the expansion of its near-term plans for new universal solar generation.

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The decline in coal plants and the rise of natural gas and solar power makes that unlikely. New jobs data suggests that the real growth in energy jobs is coming from the sky, not the ground.

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There’s a lot of sun in Nevada, so it only makes sense to harness its power. Nevada legislature assemblyman Chris Brooks proposed AB 206, a bill that pushes the state’s RPS from its current 22% goal to 80% by 2040.

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The Government has been accused of trying to kill off Britain’s solar energy industry just as it is about to become one of the cheapest suppliers of electricity – with no need for any kind of state subsidy.

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The bill would require the state to get all of its energy — electricity, transportation, and heating — by 2050.

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Jimmy Carter Makes a Stand for Solar, Decades After the Cardigan Sweater - The New York Times http://hubs.ly/H06nvPS0

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Many soldiers deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have seen first hand how human and economic resources are wasted to protect fossil fuel assets. After serving, they are also finding jobs in the solar industry.

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The shipping giant UPS will be investing around $18 million in new onsite solar PV projects expected to be completed by the end of the year in the US, according to an email sent to CleanTechnica.
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