Renewable Energy

More than 8 Million Working in the Renewable Energy Industry Worldwide

Global employment in renewable energy

The number of people around the world employed in the renewable energy industry rose 5% year-over-year in 2015 to exceed 8.1 million, according to a research report released today by IRENA (International Renewable Energy Agency). That stands in stark contrast to recent trends in the broader global energy sector, where jobs numbers have been falling.

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CEADIR Explores Linkages Between Mexico Clean Energy and Climate Change Goals

USAID's CEADIR (Climate Economic Analysis for Development, Investment and Resilience) recently organized and hosted an in-person and online discussion exploring ways Mexico can unlock its clean energy potential and realize its climate change mitigaton goals.

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New U.S. Capacity from Renewable Sources Far Outpace Natural Gas

New generating capacity in the US continues to outpace gas and other fossil fuels

The first quarter of 2016 is one of lopsided records. First there are the monthly temperature records, with February the most unusually warm on record followed by March, with yet a new record deviation. In the midst of these increasingly worrisome records is another, offering hope that the response to these changing climate patterns is underway. The latest “Energy Infrastructure Update” report just released by the …

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How the Green Datacenter Revolution Affects Your Website

The green datacenter revolution is key to reducing carbon emissions

What increasingly energy efficient datacenter design can mean for you When you hire a company to host your website, you’re basically paying that company to arrange for the code to your website to made available to computers around the world, 24/7/365.  That company may store and run that code on its own computer or rent that computer space from another company.  This computer is, …

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Native American, Alaskan Native Tribes Partner with DOE to Realize Clean Energy, Climate Plans

A new round of DOE clean energy and energy efficiency funding highlights the pivotal role the federal government is playing in helping Native American and Alaskan Native communities realize ambitious climate, clean energy and sustainable development goals.

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