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Renewable energy ‘simply WON’T WORK': Top Google engineers

Renewable energy ‘simply WON’T WORK': Top Google engineers

Windmills, solar, tidal – all a ‘false hope’, say Stanford PhDs

By Lewis Page

Comment Two highly qualified Google engineers who have spent years studying and trying to improve renewable energy technology have stated quite bluntly that renewables will never permit the human race to cut CO2 emissions to the levels demanded by climate activists. 367 more words


India looks to invest $1 billion into renewable energy over coming few years

India looks to invest $1 billion into renewable energy over coming few years

Zachary Shahan (@zshahan3) Energy / Renewable Energy November 15, 2014… 284 more words


Latest update on sustainable energy finance

The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) provides the October update on global developments in sustainable energy finance.

October 2014 Sustainable Energy Finance Update

During the month of October, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the African Development Bank (AfDB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the European Investment Bank (EIB), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the World Bank and other donors undertook activities and approved funding for sustainable energy projects in, among other countries, Albania, Austria, Azerbaijan, Comoros, Guyana, Kenya, the Maldives, Mali, Moldova, Morocco, the Netherlands, Romania, Ukraine, Uruguay, Turkey, and Viet Nam. 1,711 more words


Climate Conversations: Why the UN’s Climate Summit is Important to All of Us

In the week leading up to the People’s Climate March and the UN Climate Summit, the Church of the Holy Trinity held an important panel discussion that explored the reasons why we should care about a successful Climate Summit, for our economy, our community and the generations that will follow us. 156 more words

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New Sustainable Energy Technology

This is one amazing invention. Lots of applications, specially in third-world countries where bicycles are, for a substantial portion of the population, the primary mode of transportation. 29 more words