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Corporate PPAs are the next big thing in renewabl...
... says Lily Donge, a principal with RMI’s electricity practice and leader of the Business Renewables Center. “Then more recently, Kaiser Permanente signed 153MW, and then Dow Chemical signed...
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Rocky Mountain Institute
Here’s how we defeat the science deniers: Even wi...
... after Germany decided to close its nuclear-power plants—is now being eroded by gas and renewables. Worldwide, “two-thirds of coal-fired power plants proposed worldwide since 2010 have...
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Investing in Green Technology—The Future Is Now
... was largely driven by the solar boom taking place in Japan and China. Investments in renewables climbed to more than $270 billion, according to a report released by UNEP. The report...
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UNEP Chief Confident About the Future of Renewabl...
Council's Global Energy Center. Mr. Steiner emphasized the unprecedented rate of growth of renewables over the last decade, while stressing that global projections of renewable energy growth...
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UN Environment Programme
China eyes shift in energy policy
... have to make sure that people have the incentives to continue to invest in these renewables, and also that consumers will be able to know and to choose wisely in terms of what kind...
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