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Identifying the right algae species for biofuel production can be like finding a needle in a haystack. Now, researchers at PNNL are leading a new project to develop a streamlined process to pare down numerous algae species to just a few – those that hold the most promise for biofuel production. Learn more at https://goo.gl/QvRZSN.
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Some look at an abandoned, centuries-old iron mine in New York's Adirondacks and see a relic.
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Congratulation Donald Trump

My greatest wish for You, dear president: Visit Elon Musk, visit some of Elon Musk's factories, drive an Tesla S. Invite Elon Musk to be finance minister. When Elon Musk tells You, he is too busy with Tesla Motors and Space X, at last hear his proposals for a tax reform.

A tax reform to accelerate the victory of the electric car and new energy systems, to decrease US import dependency and to create new US export products.

http://www.pege.org/2016/2016-11-09_e.htm
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Global Wind Power Industry - Statistics & Analysis
Small #windpower is produced by turbines typically having a capacity rating of less than or equal to 100 kW which uses wind power to produce renewable clean energy. Small wind turbines include all such plants where the swept rotor area does not exceed 200 square meters at 350 W/m2. With rising energy concerns, the need for alternative renewable energy sources such as wind energy is gaining traction across the globe. Read more at https://goo.gl/pBi93b

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It may sound gross, but wastewater treatment plants across the country may one day turn ordinary sewage into #biofuel, thanks to new PNNL research. The technology – hydrothermal liquefaction – mimics the geological conditions the Earth uses to create crude oil with high pressure and temperature to achieve in minutes something that takes Mother Nature millions of years. The resulting material is similar to petroleum pumped out of the ground. It can then be refined using conventional petroleum refining operations. Read more at https://goo.gl/8bJjzv.
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Renewables get accelerated in Kuwait. | #Kuwait is building its first #solarpower plant Sidrah 500 at Umm Gudair. And plans to make 15% of its energy production from renewables by 2030.

http://solarmagazine.com/kuwait-commissions-first-solar-power-plant/
Kuwait's building its first solar power plant Sidrah 500 at Umm Gudair. And plans to make 15% of its energy production from renewables by 2030
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"#Renewables will be the fastest-growing source of electricity but growth still concentrated in wind and #solar #PV, and government support remains critical..."
Renewables will be the fastest-growing source of electricity but growth still concentrated in wind and solar PV, and government support remains critical
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#Australia takes centre stage on global #GreenClimate funds
An Australian is to take charge of the troubled $100 billion Green Climate Fund, in a move that indicates Australia is not completely out of touch on climate change and renewable energy. But is it …
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Tenfold jump in green tech needed to meet global emissions targets

""Based on our calculations, we won't meet the climate warming goals set by the Paris Agreement unless we speed up the spread of clean technology by a full order of magnitude, or about ten times faster than in the past,"
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"The analysis shows that per-capita CO2 emissions have increased about 100 percent every 60 years—typically in big jumps—since the Second Industrial Revolution. This "punctuated growth" has occurred largely because of time lags in the spread of emission-curbing technological advances, which are compounded by the effects of rapid population growth.

http://phys.org/news/2017-01-tenfold-green-tech-global-emissions.html
The global spread of green technologies must quicken significantly to avoid future rebounds in greenhouse gas emissions, a new Duke University study shows.
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It's as close to Zero Chance of recovery as is a Probability Acceleration Chaos Theory butterfly.
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Al Middleton

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Awesome.
Las Vegas just became the largest U.S. city to rely solely on green energy to power its municipal facilities.
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Roland Mösl

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The eco-fascist syndrome, or how is a real fight against the climate change derailed by dogmas.

http://politics.pege.org/2016/ecofascist-syndrome.htm
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Interesting. I must read more to understand what you are saying.
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New way to make low-cost solar cell technology
Researchers at ANU have found a new way to fabricate high efficiency semi-transparent perovskite solar cells in a breakthrough that could lead to more efficient and cheaper solar electricity
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Efficiency?
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Roland Mösl

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Who could do more for Renewable Energy?

PEGE newsletter how to choose on election day

http://www.pege.org/2016/2016-11-05_e.htm
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GE builds a wind farm with combined wind and pumped-water storage in Germany, obviously the first one that integrates water storage in the turbines themselves.
Instead of wasting the excess energy of particularly windy days, this project can store it for later, carbon-free.
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Dragon Fruit (PITAYA) Planting Experiment in Progress
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How Iceland is Leading a Geothermal Power Revolution

In the search for cleaner burning and more efficient sources of energy, Iceland is leading by example. The country already generates the majority of its energy from renewable sources and has long relied on geothermal power plants that harness energy from local volcanic activity to power its cities. With advances in geothermal power technology, Iceland …
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Geothermal definitely deserves serious consideration. The technology is here now, and can be widely implemented immediately.
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Sophie Curtis

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Energy, the world’s largest industry, is currently undergoing a revolution. A switch towards renewable energy sources from the traditional fossil fuels we have relied upon to advance industrial and economic growth is underway. https://re-work.co/blog/reinventing-energy-chris-goodall-the-switch-renewable-solar-power

Energy, the world’s largest industry, is currently undergoing a revolution. A switch towards renewable energy sources from the traditional fossil fuels we have relied upon to advance industrial and economic growth is underway.
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