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EU approves €400 million aid scheme to develop renewables in Denmark

By Renewable Energy World The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a Danish aid scheme to support electricity production from renewable sources: onshore and offshore wind, wave power plants, hydroelectric power plants and solar PV. The measure will help Denmark reach its renewable energy targets without unduly distorting competition and will contribute…

US state lawmakers should consider the benefits of community solar

By Renewable Energy World By Josh Lariscy, Blue Wave Solar The rapid expansion of community solar continues to be both the most exciting, and at times, most complex form of solar development happening today. The advent of community solar in states like Massachusetts is a critical component in the fight against climate change; however, the…

Climate ultimatum UTCLT – Part 2

By walter demey The green deals will not lower the CO2-ppm level on earth – the big scale CO2-extraction is the only solution – a newly created tropical rain forest is the sole reasonable solution – mineral oil should be replaced by oil from algae – buoys and wave-energy are important for fossil-free electricity. Politically…

Climate ultimatum UTCLT – Part 1

By walter demey The green deals will not lower the CO2-ppm level on earth – the big scale CO2-extraction is the only solution – a newly created tropical rain forest is the sole reasonable solution – mineral oil should be replaced by oil from algae – buoys and wave-energy are important for fossil-free electricity. Politically…

Where Will Big Money Be Made in Climate Tech?

By [email protected] As investment pours into climate tech, it’s true that a rising tide lifts all boats. But in markets — especially fast-changing markets, like batteries, hydrogen, carbon capture, just to name a few — those boats don’t all get the same lift. Certain parts of the value chain, from upstream mining or manufacturing to…

Stanford’s Sustainable “Smart Campus” – What Utilities & Cities Can Learn | WE3 | Join The Movement

By Lincoln Bleveans Across the world, community by community, people are building systems and societies we need to reverse the tide of catastrophic climate change with economically prosperous and equitable community-wide and industry solutions. Join veteran of the global electric power industry, Lincoln Bleveans, Stanford Universities Executive Director of Sustainability & Energy Management, as he…

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