Clean Energy Can Bring $10 Trillion Annual Benefits By 2050
<h5>&#65279;A dramatically increased share of renewables and higher energy efficiency have the potential to create benefits of up to $10 trillion annually by 2050, compared to estimated incremental system costs of decarbonization of $1.8 trillion annually, according to a new <a href="https://www.energiewende2017.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Perspectives-for-the-Energy-Transition_WEB.pdf" rel="nofollow" style="color: rgb(51, 122, 183);background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);text-align: left;">report</a> by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the International Energy Agency (IEA).<br/></h5>
Mar 23, 2017
California just hit an incredible solar power milestone
<h5>Want to see the future of energy? Head west.</h5>
Mar 18, 2017
The Largest Coal Plant In The Western U.S. Is Closing Decades Ahead Of Schedule
<h5>The Navajo Generating Station is the seventh largest source of climate pollution in the country. When it closes in 2019, it will be because of economics—not regulation.<br/></h5>
Mar 09, 2017
A world turned upside down
<h5><span id="selectionBoundary_1488595390024_13458554360330877">&#65279;</span>Wind and solar energy are disrupting a century-old model of providing electricity. What will replace it?</h5>
Mar 03, 2017
States Lead the Way Toward 100% Renewable Energy
<h5><span id="selectionBoundary_1488228453512_32600202037125214">&#65279;</span>Lawmakers in California and Massachusetts have recently introduced bills that would require their states to get all of their electricity from renewable energy sources.</h5>
Feb 28, 2017
OPEC’s Top Producer Is Turning to Wind and Solar Power
<h5>The nation most identified with its massive oil reserves is turning to wind and solar to generate power at home and help extend the life of its crucial crude franchise.</h5>
Feb 26, 2017
Solar Growth Skyrockets as Nuclear Power Fails to Compete
<h5><span id="selectionBoundary_1487640713177_10103419512368061">&#65279;</span>Last year's solar deployment numbers just came in and they are, in a word, phenomenal. Utilities bought more new solar capacity than they did natural gas capacity: an astounding 22 states added more than 100 MW of solar each.</h5>
Feb 24, 2017
CEO of National Grid: 'Large coal-fired or nuclear power stations are outdated'
<h5><span id="selectionBoundary_1487639246937_6286655763393059">&#65279;</span>Steve Holliday, CEO of National Grid, the company that operates the gas and power transmission networks in the UK and in the northeastern US, believes the idea of large coal-fired or nuclear power stations to be used for baseload power is “outdated.”</h5>
Feb 23, 2017
A Laid-Off Coal Miner Finds a Ray of Hope in Solar Energy
<h5>Solar energy provides about 1.3 percent of America’s electricity, but it’s now responsible for more than twice as many jobs as coal, gas, and oil power combined.<br/></h5>
Feb 20, 2017
Renewable Energy Continues to Beat Fossil Fuels
<h5>&#65279;Clean energy grew at a record pace as the United States added 22GW of capacity — the equivalent of 11 Hoover Dams — to the grid from renewable sources last year, significantly trumping new fossil fuel additions, according to a new report.<br/></h5>
Feb 15, 2017
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