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New York College Uses Solar For Half Of Power

#Hobart and William Smith Colleges (HWS) and New York State Energy Research and Development Authority have publicized a new state-supported #solar project – actually, it comes in as one of the biggest for a university or...
Wind farms like the Spinning Spur 3, which powers Georgetown, have replaced prairie-dog towns as the dominant feature of the Texas Panhandle.

IS A TEXAS TOWN THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY?

SMITHSONIAN -- Dale Ross, the mayor of Georgetown, Texas, has a big smile, a big handshake and a big personality. In last year’s election, he won big, with 72 percent of the vote. The key...

Study Stokes Debate Over Climate Change and Winter Weather

A new study published in Nature Communication this month offers a potential explanation for some of the U.S winter episodes over the past decade. This new study is the latest in the long debate...

Solar Power: Where Does Your State Rank?

As was likely expected, #California still reigns supreme when it comes to #solar power according to an article by CNBC. There are, however, many other states that managed to climb many positions in just...

Germany’s New Coalition Fails Paris Climate Accord

Last Monday three different German parties formed a coalition on climate change that doesn’t quite meet the standards of the Paris Climate Accord, this is because it openly acknowledges the possibility that the country...
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