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Saudi Arabia Just Received the Cheapest Bids for Solar Power

Solar energy is becoming cheaper, at least this is what the latest reports suggest. The latest offers received by Saudi Arabia during the auction are the cheapest prices ever recorded for supplying solar energy. The oil-producing state just...

KEYSTONE PIPELINE SPILLS 210,000 GALLONS OF OIL ON EVE OF PERMITTING DECISION FOR TRANSCANADA

THE WASHINGTON POST — The spill comes just days before a crucial decision next Monday by the Public Service Commission in Nebraska over whether to grant a permit for a new, long-delayed sister pipeline...
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FIXING CLIMATE CHANGE…

PETER DIAMANDIS — This blog looks at four options:Pass government legislation that incentivizes carbon abatementDrive mass adoption of solar energy and battery technologyAdapt ourselves and our civilization to the changing climate...
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IN 5 YEARS, BATTERIES WILL BLANKET THE U.S., DUKE EXECUTIVE SAYS

FORBES — "There's going to be a lot of excitement around batteries in the next five years. And I would say that the country will get blanketed with projects," said Spencer Hanes, a managing director of...
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Sunlight Offers Hope In Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico saw a great deal of devastation after being slammed by major hurricanes this year. But, rebuilding its electrical grid is something that has been a major point of focus. Generating stations were...
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