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Bloomberg Plunges $500 Million Into Clean Energy
<h4>The former NYC mayor said there's &#34;virtually no hope of bold federal action&#34;</h4>
Jun 15, 2019
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Department of Energy seeks to kickstart storage under new budget
<h4>Limited research on the benefits of advanced storage systems may be slowing investment.</h4>
May 23, 2019
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How Solar Panels Could Enable 100 Percent Clean Energy Before 2050
<h4>Solar energy could help the world transition onto full renewable energy within the next three decades, a report released last week suggests.<br/></h4>
Apr 16, 2019
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Good news for rooftop solar, not for home batteries | Stanford News
<h4>Thinking about investing in rooftop solar? Probably a good idea environmentally almost anywhere. Eyeing a home battery, too? Think again.</h4>
Apr 13, 2019
324 Views
One-Third Of World's Power Plant Capacity Is Now Renewable
<h4>Renewable power now represents one-third of the installed capacity with ongoing technology and regulatory improvements only likely to accelerate the trend.</h4>
Apr 04, 2019
657 Views
Florida Power & Light stakes its claim for the world’s largest solar battery system
<h4>Florida Power &amp; Light has joined the race to build the world’s largest solar battery storage system, announcing plans for its massive Manatee Energy Storage Center.</h4>
Mar 31, 2019
264 Views
The Coal Cost Crossover: 74% Of US Coal Plants Now More Expensive Than New Renewables, 86% By 2025
<h4>New research shows 74% of existing U.S. coal-fired plants cost more to operate than building new local wind or solar in 2018, and that number jumps to 86% by 2025, meaning America has reached the &#34;coal cost crossover&#34; point.</h4>
Mar 26, 2019
230 Views
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
723 Views
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
390 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
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