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Our Power Puerto Rico For A Just Recovery & Resilient Rebuild

Join in with thousands of others who will speak out to the US Congress and demand a Just Recovery for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria Our Power Puerto Rico For A Just Recovery & Resilient Rebuild was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers:

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India & European Union Strengthen Ties To Implement Paris Agreement

Earlier this month, the governments of India and the European Union adopted an historic Leaders' Joint Statement on clean energy and climate change, recommitting to partner with one another on implementing the Paris Climate Agreement and boosting clean energy cooperation. India & European Union Strengthen Ties To Implement Paris Agreement was originally published on

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Electric Bicycle Commuting Has Health Benefits For Riders

A study at the University of Colorado Boulder shows that riding an electric bicycle to work three times a week has positive health benefits. Electric Bicycle Commuting Has Health Benefits For Riders was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers:

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20 Megawatts Of Floating Solar Power Projects Are Coming Up In India Soon

According to media reports, two floating solar PV projects, each having 10 megawatts of capacity, will be set up in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. 20 Megawatts Of Floating Solar Power Projects Are Coming Up In India Soon was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over …

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Hydrogel that extracts uranium from water wins MADMEC

An inexpensive hydrogel that can extract uranium from water to provide more fuel for nuclear power plants took home the grand prize from this year's MADMEC competition on Oct. 10. A team of MIT materials science and engineering students, named A Salt Solution, won $10,000 for a prototype of a simple, low-cost hydrogel that can be incorporated into water desalination plants or placed directly into bodies of water. Uranium then accumulates on the hydrogel's surface for extraction. Similar hydrogels — which …

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Tesla Model 3 comes up for sale… for $150,000

One of the mere handful of Tesla Model 3 electric cars on the road made its way to Craigslist—very briefly—on Wednesday. But it wasn't the fact that the Model 3 was the only one on the open market at the time. It was its eye-popping price price tag: $150,000. That's enough to buy a very well-equipped Tesla Model S and it'll eventually...

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Ocean Conservancy Campaign Targets 5 Worst Ocean Plastic Polluters

The Ocean Conservancy is partnering with several corporations, non-profits and government agencies to reduce the flow of plastic waste into the oceans from Southeast Asian countries. Ocean Conservancy Campaign Targets 5 Worst Ocean Plastic Polluters was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from …

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India’s Mahindra & Mahindra To Invest $600 Million In Electric Vehicles Business

India's leading electric vehicles manufacturer Mahindra & Mahindra is preparing a massive push in the electric mobility business with a planned investment of over $600 million. India's Mahindra & Mahindra To Invest $600 Million In Electric Vehicles Business was originally published on CleanTechnica. …

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Ahead of France, Paris to phase out internal-combustion engines by 2030

France followed two other European countries—Norway and the Nethelands—with a plan to ban the sale of new cars powered by gasoline and diesel by 2040. While the country will stick to the 2040 timeline, France's capital city of Paris announced a more aggressive timeline. Ten years ahead of the country as a whole, Paris will phase out...

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Why People Around The World Fear Climate Change More Than Americans Do

When asked about major threats to their country, Europeans are more likely than Americans to cite global climate change, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey. Just 56 percent of Americans see climate change as a major threat, versus an average of 64 percent of Europeans surveyed. Why the difference? Like climate data itself, data regarding […] The post Why People Around The World Fear Climate Change More Than Americans Do appeared first on The Energy Collective. Click headline for full article

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European Business Angels Are Rediscovering Cleantech

Private investors often lack knowledge about the latest trends in cleantech, says Candace Johnson, president of the European Business Angel Network (EBAN) in an interview with Energy Post. But they are catching up quickly. EBAN has started a partnership with sustainable energy accelerator InnoEnergy to learn more about what is happening in the cleantech sector. […] The post European Business Angels Are Rediscovering Cleantech appeared first on The Energy Collective. Click headline for full article

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What’s New for the EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program?

This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency posted the 2016 Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (GHGRP) data online. While there are positive trends in the type of data included and the ways that data are measured, the general picture is of an industry with many remaining opportunities to reduce emissions. The GHGRP is an emissions reporting […] The post What's New for the EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program? appeared first on The Energy Collective. Click headline for full article

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Getting Smaller Business to Save Energy and Money Through Integrated Demand-Side Management

For decades, utilities have had success reaching large commercial and industrial (C&I) customers as well as residential with demand-side management (DSM) programs like energy efficiency and demand response (DR). Large C&I customers typically have utility account managers catering to their service needs, while mass marketing techniques like bill stuffers, direct mail, door-to-door canvassing, advertising, social […] The post Getting Smaller Business to Save Energy and Money Through Integrated Demand-Side Management …

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Salt Lake City Ordinance Puts a Spotlight on Efficiency

In August 2017, Salt Lake City became the 25th American city to adopt a building benchmarking and transparency ordinance, which is projected to save local building owners $15.8 million in annual energy costs and eliminate over 29 tons of criteria pollutants from Salt Lake City's air each year. The intent behind this ordinance is similar to […] The post Salt Lake City Ordinance Puts a Spotlight on Efficiency appeared first on The Energy Collective. Click headline for full article

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Dr. Eugene Preston Explains Why 100% Renewable Energy Is Unlikely to the Point of Impossibility

“Is having 100% renewable energy for a country feasible?” This question was recently posed on Thinkable. Dr. Gene Preston, a man who has been professionally specializing in grid reliability studies since his 1997 dissertation on the subject, answers “Exceptionally unlikely.” He doesn't stop there; his answer includes enough detail to persuade all but the most […] The post Dr. Eugene Preston Explains Why 100% Renewable Energy Is Unlikely to the Point of Impossibility appeared first on The Energy Collective. Click …