Renewables Set To Dominate...Hopefully

Submitted by vin0298 on Tue, 12/31/2019 - 11:55

Renewables Set To Dominate...Hopefully

Submitted by larryf13 on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 11:04am


There is little doubt that renewables are here to stay. There is simply no other way of preventing our environment from heating to a point where life for future generations will be very different in a most significant negative way


Renewable Electricity Futures Study


The National Renewable Energy Laboratory's (NREL) Renewable Electricity Futures Study (RE Futures) is an initial investigation of the extent to which renewable energy supply can meet the electricity demands of the continental United States over the next several decades.

Updates on the Global Atlas initiative - March 2013

Submitted by Shristi on Tue, 07/25/2017 - 13:35

The first version of the Global Atlas was released at the third Assembly of IRENA. The platform enables to search for hotspots and acts as a repository of the existing works at international, national and sub-national level. It is displaying a number of datasets from the contributing partners, and has yet limited functionalities to exploit those datasets.

Can today’s EVs make a dent in climate change?

08-17-2016 - David L. Chandler

Electric vehicles can meet drivers’ needs enough to replace nearly 90 percent of vehicles now on the road. Could existing electric vehicles (EVs), despite their limited driving range, bring about a meaningful reduction in the greenhouse-gas emissions that are causing global climate change?

6 Signs The Big Global Switch To Solar Has Already Begun


<a href=""></a> - Juan Cole

China has installed 20 gigawatts of new solar power just in the first half of this year. This achievement beats analysts’ expectations by a wide margin. China wants to add 20 GW of new solar every year for the next four, but apparently could do twice that.

Keri Helmer, Project Assistant, Renewables


Center for Sustainable Energy

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