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Printed solar cells thinner than your hair could power your phone
<h5><span style="float: none;">Extremely thin printable solar panels could power your phone and are amongst a range of new ways nanotechnology is opening the door to a clean energy and waste-free future.</span><br/></h5>
Jun 28, 2017
253 Views
Solar Costs Are Hitting Jaw-Dropping Lows in Every Region of the World
<h5>How low can you go? Mind-blowingly low 65-cents-per-watt solar system pricing emerges in India.<br/></h5>
Jun 27, 2017
184 Views
Philadelphia commits to 100% renewable energy
<p></p><h5>Philadelphia announced today that it has committed to transitioning to 100 percent clean energy.</h5><p></p>
Jun 27, 2017
784 Views
Hundreds of US mayors endorse switch to 100% renewable energy by 2035
<h5>Leaders from more than 250 cities unanimously back a resolution to reach clean energy goal at the US Conference of Mayors in Miami Beach.<br/></h5>
Jun 26, 2017
437 Views
California is embarrassing the rest of the country with the amount of solar energy it's producing
<h5>California is the poster child for solar energy: in 2016, 13% of the state's power came from solar sources. <br/></h5>
Jun 26, 2017
1649 Views
2,500 Cities Have Taken Up the Climate-Change Fight
<h5>Faced with pollution and rising sea levels, cities are setting targets at a record pace.<br/></h5>
Jun 22, 2017
1056 Views
'Badass business women' bring solar empowerment to Nepal
<h5><b>“People talk here when a woman talks to men. They say things like how a woman should not leave the house,” says Runa Jha, a solar entrepreneur in Janakpur, eastern Nepal. “But I don’t care.”</b></h5>
Jun 22, 2017
1150 Views
How clean energy is transforming the world, in 5 charts
<h5>Take it straight from a major fossil fuel supplier: The world's energy mix is changing, and it's shifting toward lower-carbon fuels.<br/></h5>
Jun 21, 2017
592 Views
By 2100, Deadly Heat May Threaten Majority of Humankind
<h5>Up to 75 percent of people could face deadly heatwaves by 2100 unless carbon emissions plummet, a new study warns.</h5>
Jun 21, 2017
1196 Views
Oil companies have realized renewables aren’t going away—and they want in on the action
<h5>Global oil majors are poised for a resurgence in solar and wind</h5>
Jun 19, 2017
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