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India Cuts Implementation Timelines For Solar Power Projects

Concerned over the lackluster pace of capacity addition in the solar power sector, the Indian government has made amendments to the auction and project implementation timelines. The recent amendments to...
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The First Municipality In Denmark To Convert To Electric Buses Gets Closer To Launch

10 months ago, CleanTechnica’s Kyle Field wrote about the plans for the first municipality in Denmark to convert its bus fleet to all-electric. Now, the local media TV2 Lorry reports that the buses are ready to...
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How Orkney leads the way for sustainable energy

  It seems the stuff of fantasy. Giant ships sail the seas burning fuel that has been extracted from water using energy provided by the winds, waves and tides. A...
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Singapore aiming to become region’s urban agriculture technology hub: Koh Poh Koon

Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Koh Poh Koon said Singapore is in a strong position to “catalyse technological and business innovations”.PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO Under this partnership, more...
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Permaculture feeds and empowers refugees in Uganda

  Refugees arrive at Palabek refugee camp in Northern Uganda with the clothes on their back and what little they carried. New arrivals, many from South Sudan, receive a tarp,...
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San Diego Has Vast Solar Parking Lot Potential

  San Diego has an untapped 500 megawatt solar potential at commercial sites within the city, with parking lots representing three-quarters of the total, according to a new survey by...
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How to stop the climate crisis: six lessons from the campaign that saved the ozone

Thirty years ago, all 197 countries got together to ban the gases damaging the Earth’s ozone layer. Now we need to unite to combat an even greater threat. What can...
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Great Barrier Reef Foundation funds first project after controversial $443m grant

  The not-for-profit foundation that was awarded a controversial $443.3m grant for the Great Barrier Reef has funded its first project – a research survey that will be carried out...
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100 Percent Clean Energy Goals: What Will It Take To Get There?

Here we are in 2019, with more than 100 U.S. cities and 140 large corporations having established 100 percent clean, carbon-free and/or renewable energy goals. In several states, newly seated...
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Report Outlines How the Energy Transformation Will Reshape the World

11 January 2019: The report of the Global Commission on the Geopolitics of Energy Transformation analyzes how the rapid expansion of renewables will reshape relations between states and regions and...
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How tech startups and conservationists became unexpected allies

  To innovate and rapidly scale new solutions to the planet’s biggest challenges, environmentalists are looking towards Silicon Valley By Brian McPeek, President, The Nature Conservancy At the start of...
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Global Clean Energy Investment Surpasses $300 Billion For Fifth Year

Though global clean energy investment again exceeded $300 billion for the fifth year in a row in 2018, it was nevertheless down on 2017 figures to $332.1 billion, hovering around...
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