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Coal-Fired Electricity Generation Set To Increase Till 2024

Global coal demand saw a historic dip in 2019 but now predictions say it is set to rise steadily over the next five years. Continue reading

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China Unveils First-of-its-Kind Giant Wind Turbine

China has recently unveiled the largest wind turbine in the country with a 210-metre rotor diameter. The giant offshore turbine will be put into production soon. Continue reading






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World’s Largest Turbines to Power 4.5m British Homes

Dogger Bank Wind Farms is developing what is poised as the world’s largest offshore wind farm. Continue reading






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Honda to Offset 60% of its US Electricity use with Clean Options

Multinational auto manufacturer Honda Motor Company revealed its plans to offset nearly 60% of its US-based electricity usage with clean alternatives. Continue reading






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Benefits from Shift to Renewables Exceeds Policy Costs, MIT

New research into health savings from cleaner air by MIT shows that the health costs saved exceed the projected policy costs. Continue reading






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Clean Energy Set To Generate 35% of Australia’s Electricity

Clean energy is all set to generate 35% of the total electricity needs of Australia within the next two years, according to analysts. Continue reading






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Hydroelectricity – Is It Good For the Environment?

Hydroelectricity has been considered a cleaner source of power in comparison to polluting fossil fuels. Continue reading






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Green Energy in the US eclipses Fossil-fuels for the First Time

The United States has broken a record in terms of electricity generation in April 2019 with 22% of its power coming from renewable sources. Continue reading






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China’s Remote Region Tries to Set Clean Power Record

China’s sparsely populated northwest Qinghai Province home to the headwaters of the Yangtze and Yellow rivers is reportedly attempting to set a new record for clean energy use. Continue reading






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Electricity Generated at Estuaries Using Osmosis and Light

Osmotic energy is now being tapped by researchers to develop a technology that would exploit the osmotic power (also known as blue energy). Continue reading






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