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Global Energy Decarbonization Tipping Point At Hand, IRENA Asserts

It’s possible to reduce global energy-related greenhouse gas emissions 60% by 2050 and entirely by 2060 without sacrificing economic growth or job creation, according to IRENA, the International Renewable Energy Agency.

Global Wind Day 2015

Global Wind Day 2015

Global Wind Day: The Future is Now – Imagine you could go back in time. Not too far, just to the early 199os. Ask someone from that backward time about cell phones, mobile and wireless technology, how much RAM they needed in their computer (if they even had one), running an “online” business. The list go on. They’d probably think…

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sustainable energy for all. IRENA promotes roadmap for 30 percent renewable energy

IRENA Launches Roadmap to 30 Percent Renewable Energy by 2030 Project

With Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2013 under way, the International Renewable Energy Agency launched a research project that aims to double renewable energy’s share of the global energy mix by 2030.

The lopsided story of energy subsidies in the United States

Energy Subsidies: Oil versus Renewables

In a world that must reduce its dependency on fossil fuels, replacing oil subsidies with renewable energy subsidies makes sense. Although this is undeniably difficult, it would produce both environmental and economic benefits. Putting an end to oil subsidies would free public money that could be used to promote clean energy and make renewables more competitive. Although renewable energy is destined to increase it…

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The Future of Energy – Bloomberg-Business Week Energy Survey

Smart grids, government incentive key to energy future –  Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services has recently completed a survey of energy professionals to gauge their thoughts and opinions on the key global energy issues we face in the coming decades. Sponsored by ABB, an automation technology service company for industry and utilities, the survey results show a majority of energy professionals…

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Duckweed Shows Promise for Second Generation Biofuel Feedstock and Wastewater Treatment

Researchers from North Carolina State University believe Duckweed will be a key to sustainable biofuel ethanol production.