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10 Solar Trends to Watch in 2017

From greentechmedia GTM Research analysts reveal findings that will help you navigate the global solar market in a down year. by Mike Munsell In 2017, the global solar market will experience a [...]

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Engie To Replace Coal Plant In Brisbane With Solar Farms

By Steve Hanley for CleanTecnica In the Australian state of Victoria, the Hazelwood coal fired generating plant supplies 20% of the state’s total electrical power. Hazelwood is owned by French [...]

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Reasons to be cheerful: a full switch to low-carbon energy is in sight

Climate change optimism is justified – a complete transition from carbon to solar and wind power looks practical and affordable within a generation By Chris Goodall for the guardian My first book [...]

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Solar panel researchers investigate powering trains by bypassing grid

Imperial College and climate change charity 10:10 to focus on connecting solar panels directly to train lines, reports BusinessGreen Imperial College London has partnered with the climate change [...]

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Large Corporations Are Driving America’s Renewable Energy Boom. And They’re Just Getting Started.

By Julia Pyper for GreenTech Media Large corporations aren’t typically thought of as environmental champions. But these companies now stand to be one of the most powerful advocates for clean [...]

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Infinite Solar Power Technology Could Completely Change Our Future

By Dom Galeon for Futurism THE SUN GOES UP, AND OIL GOES DOWN Last 2016, solar power saw a resurgence — from cheaper solar panels to innovative roofing for houses and cars, to solar powered [...]

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China Makes Major Investment In Renewable Power Generation

The investment will create over 13 million jobs in the sector. From The World Post China will plow 2.5 trillion yuan ($361 billion) into renewable power generation by 2020, the country’s energy [...]

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Solar Could Beat Coal to Become the Cheapest Power on Earth

by Jessica Shankleman and Chris Martin for Bloomberg   Solar power is now cheaper than coal in some parts of the world. In less than a decade, it’s likely to be the lowest-cost option almost [...]