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Solar Microgrids in the Bahamas: What They Mean for the Future

The #Caribbean islands were recently battered by a hurricane, and they might end up becoming a place to test out #solar, shedding some light on what the future might hold when it comes to...

Hot Springs, Arkansas Now the Seventh City in the U.S. to Commit to 100%...

Hot Springs, #Arkansas is set to join six other cities across the U.S. in a commitment run solely on 100% #solar and #renewable energies. The switch to solar-powered utility and other #renewable energy sources...

Millions Strike in Largest Climate Change Rally Ever

Last week’s strike on #climate change inaction saw millions of people from across the globe participating – as a matter of fact, the number might have been as high as 4 million. Protestors came out to...

Greta Thunberg, 16-years old, is One of the World’s Leading Climate Change Activists

This past month on September 13th, the White House was visited by a swarm of teenage girls demanding that the grownups inside ‘stop acting like children’ and start taking #climate change seriously. The protest...

Solar Hyperloop – Is This the Future?

You might have heard of a new form of transport that is in development, called a #Hyperloop. This system could send passengers traveling in floating pods through tubes, below or above ground, at more than 700...
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