Archive | October 2017

Europe generates record-breaking amount of wind energy

Wind power met all of Denmark’s electricity demand, followed by Germany, 61 percent; Portugal, 44 percent; Ireland, 34 percent; Austria, 33 percent; Spain, 31 percent; UK, 29 percent; Netherlands, 25 percent; Sweden, 24 percent; and Poland, 22 percent.and more » #windpower #windenergy #cleanenergy

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What Samsung can learn from Apple about sustainability

Since 2010, Greenpeace has challenged IT brands to take responsibility for the rapidly growing carbon footprint of the digital age by committing to transition to renewable energy. The response so far: More than 20 IT companies have committed to be 100 … #renewableenergy #energy #power #climatechange

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How Tariffs Could Help And Hurt The Solar Industry

The U.S. solar industry is booming in large part because of cheap, imported solar panels. But a U.S. trade commission says those imports also hurt manufacturers here. It’s offering recommendations to President Trump on how to repair that damage, but …and more » #solarenergy #energy #power #solarpower

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Why Wind Energy Is Booming in the US

The U.S. wind industry has had a resurgence in the last few years as utilities and companies search for new renewable energy generation. That demand could be filled by solar energy just as easily as wind, but there’s a good reason wind energy is the …and more » #windpower #energy #power #windenergy

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