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Hurricanes Cause ‘Apocalyptic’ Devastation to Caribbean Power Grids

Last Wednesday, Hurricane Maria passed over Puerto Rico, bringing 140-mile-per-hour winds, pelting rain and extreme flooding. After the storm moved on, Puerto Rico was...

The Military Could Be About to Make Solar Power Way Better

"To put it simply, the problems the military needs to solve in order to make solar work for them are the same problems that...
PIcture of the Earth burning up

Time to Avert Climate Change: Can We Do It?

Those who regularly follow up with solar news and information regarding climate change might be aware of a recent paper published in the journal Nature that...

“Clean Energy Is Approaching a Tipping Point” – Bloomberg

BLOOMBERG - "The promise of bigger machines early in the next decade prompted developers of offshore wind farms in Germany to promise electricity without...
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Advocates blame oil giants for climate change, call Chevron No. 1 culprit

As scientists worry that climate change is stoking deadly hurricanes in the Atlantic and punishing wildfires in the West, a new study seeks to...

Solar power even more accessible, Price drops more than 25% in just one year

SOLAR, PRICED TO SELL The US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratories have published a report stating that the cost of utility-scale solar has fallen 30...
Runa Jha, in her solar shop in Janakpur, eastern Nepal (Photo: Lucy EJ Woods)

‘BADASS BUSINESS WOMEN’ BRING SOLAR EMPOWERMENT TO NEPAL

CLIMATE HOME - A widow, Jha lives in one room with her three teenage children. In rural Nepal, widows are treated as social outcasts. They...
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