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Clean energy facts belie common myths » Yale Climate Connections
<h4>With rise of clean energy success stories comes surge of myths, misconceptions. Here’s how to counter them.</h4>
Mar 20, 2019
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Instead of a wall, what if we built an energy corridor?
<h4>Instead of a wall, build a first-of-its-kind energy park that spans the 1,954 miles of the border between the United States and Mexico to bring energy, water, jobs and border security to the region.</h4>
Mar 15, 2019
329 Views
Energy tax credit: Which home improvements qualify?
<h5>Taxpayers who upgrade their homes to make use of renewable energy may be eligible for a tax credit to offset some of the costs.</h5>
Feb 24, 2019
423 Views
Tesla’s big battery made another $4 million on its way to pay for itself
<h5>Tesla’s big battery system in South Australia, Neoen’s Hornsdale Power Reserve, keeps making a lot of money on the energy market and is quickly working toward paying for its original cost</h5>
Feb 18, 2019
322 Views
Renewables May Prove Cheaper Than 96% of Coal Plants Worldwide by 2030
<h5>“Over time, these coal-fired power plants will just become more and more unviable.”</h5>
Feb 14, 2019
398 Views
The Green New Deal Just Speeds Up The Current Green Wave. Case In Point: Solar-Plus-Storage
<h5>The Green New Deal aims to stave off the ill-effects of global warming by going totally green while also making investments in at-risk communities. It’s doable, say backers, who are pointing to advances in wind and solar energies as well as energy storage technologies. But can it come soon enough?</h5>
Feb 11, 2019
215 Views
EIA: Clean Energy Grows, Climate Action Becomes More Urgent
<h5>The latest long term energy forecast from the EIA signals that an economy based on low-cost, clean energy is achievable, but it also highlights just how far off-track we are from securing a climate-safe future. Renewable energy resources are projected...</h5>
Feb 02, 2019
410 Views
Solar and wind are booming, while coal keeps shrinking
<h5>The boom in solar and wind power in the United States will deal a fresh blow to coal country in the next few years.</h5>
Jan 23, 2019
291 Views
This one measure can get the world back on track to meet its climate targets
<h5>Energy efficiency can help us achieve the Paris Agreement, keeping the global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius</h5>
Jan 22, 2019
297 Views
Nuclear Power Is Economically Obsolete
<h5>Despite the past failure and poor future outlook, support for more nuclear funding persists.</h5>
Jan 10, 2019
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