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We have noticed a number of instances of members blocking other members from viewing or posting comments on their posts. The basic premise of this community has always been that we are here to critically review information on renewable energy. For this community to function there has to be a free exchange of ideas and a constant critical analysis of those ideas. Without this critical analysis this community quickly becomes nothing more than a repository of promotional articles, free advertising, for the interested parties.

We will ban any member who blocks another member from viewing and commenting on their posts. If you have what you believe is good cause to block a member's access to your Google+ posts notify the moderators of this community and we will evaluate whether or not their posts constitute abusive behavior or off topic or promotion of commercial interests (not in the commercial topic area). But simply banning or blocking someone for criticizing another's posts is not acceptable behavior for this community.

To the best of our knowledge it is not possible for us to determine if a member is being blocked with any tools available to us from Google+ so we need members to let us know if they are being blocked or their posts are being edited by the poster. If you know of a way fro us to determine if members are blocking other members please let us know.

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Andrew Sirmons

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Possibly within years of research in extreme concrete structures, I was told the formula is too expensive and I agree that won't stop the American labs at lll from doing there work. With stress track numbers a few years away from the proper documentation this is time to pull the right crew and rams to push em. The build is S.W.S.S. you know what kind of strength and good fortune this will bring the right people, yes I need a good business woman to organize this for success,she will make a big difference. 
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Linn Smith

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“Climate Change Calls for Action! Don’t opt to melt into a useless puddle of hopeless!” By Linn Smith July 31, 2016—-We currently have a presidential candidate that wants to…
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prove it then?
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Hun Park

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In 2025, Onshore Wind and Large-Scale Solar Will Outperform Nuclear http://j.mp/Wind_Solar_Atom_2025
According to the UK’s Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC), the estimated future costs (in 2025) of onshore wind and large-scale solar power will be more competitive than that of nuclear power. As we can obviously not...
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Anders Lorenzen

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Trade-body says there has been a surge in clean energy jobs worldwide
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Joseph Jones

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The breakthrough in Renewable Energy
The breakthrough in Renewable Energy - Green Technology News - Google+
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I want information on renewable energy suitable for rural community in West Africa. Is there any off the shelf products that can help one generate electricity in such community? Your response will be appreciated. Thanks 
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Carolyn M. Appleton

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Anders Lorenzen

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Why negative energy prices might not be an altogether good thing for renewables:
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Jesus H christ, who wrote, or translated, or edited the linked article? It reads like word salad edited by a 5 year old.
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Joseph Jones

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"Renewable Energy - New Science & Technologies to help us reverse Climate Chage
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Renewable Energy - New Science & Technologies to help us reverse Climate Chage  - Green Technology News - Google+
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Hola como aser la compra y cuanto es
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EQ Magazine

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Sungrow Wins 150MW Contract With Mytrah Energy (India) to Supply Solar Central Inverters
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Prudhvi Vemana

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INDIRECT SOLAR ENERGY- The indirect forms of solar energy are as follows- 1. Energy derived coal 2. Energy derived from natural gas 3. Energy derived from oil 4. Wind energy 5. Tidal energy 6. Energy der...
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Green Image Solar LTD

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A floating solar power plant pilot of 10 kw peak (kWp) -- the peak power -- has been commissioned at Dhanas lake here amid efforts by the government to develop the Union Territory as a solar city. It has been designed to supply power to fountains at the lake for aeration.
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Sanjay J S

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ANYONE WHO LIKES TO EXPLORE THE ELECTRONICS WORLD CAN JOIN THIS COMMUNITY.
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Anders Lorenzen

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Has clean energy's opportunity finally arrived in Canada?
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Linn Smith

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By Linn Smith “There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things.…
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pvbuzz media

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Pursuing #energy independence alone will hardly mitigate #climatechange
Emissions reduction can lead to energy security benefits, pursuing energy independence will not equivalently reduce emissions.
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Joseph Jones

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Renewable Energy now supplies almost a quarter of the world's power needs
Renewable Energy now supplies almost a quarter of the world's power needs - Green Technology News - Google+
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+Carolyn Luce even then, by my calculation, in order to fully replace fossil we will need everywhere an area covered with a mix of solar and wind farms as big as the city it provides power for...
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Nishioka Yoshio

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Renewable Energy, Wind, Solar,Biomass, Hydrogen energy will be increasingly 26% on 2020, by IE
As costs fall and emerging economies drive growth, IEA report sees major opportunities – but policy uncertainties remain. 2 October 2015 Istanbul. Renewable energy will represent the largest single source of electricity growth over the next five years, driven by falling costs and aggressive ...
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Ms Barbie! Uu! Thanks
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