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From ethanol, to wind, to natural gas – Kilsdonk knows them all

Since its inception in 1975, Oregon’s Energy Facility Siting Council has approved or granted an exemption to 47 large energy facilities in the state. That averages out to about one per year. 374 more words

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Central Asia Aims for Sustainability

Countries pledge to further boost renewables through regional collaboration with IRENA

Central Asian countries have committed to scaling up renewable energy deployment and to further collaborate with IRENA to meet their targets under the Paris Agreement. 605 more words

eC2: South African CCS Capacity Building Plan for the South African National Energy Development Institute

Deadline: 30-Jun-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) 

The South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) has been mandated by the South African Government and parties to the South African Centre for Carbon Capture & Storage Research Agreement (SACCCS) to investigate the potential for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in South Africa through the implementation of the South Africa CCS Roadmap (Roadmap). 43 more words

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Spurring Renewable Energy Deployment in Central Asia

Abu Dhabi workshop gathers Central Asia regional stakeholders to explore strategies for seizing its vast renewable energy potential

Covering an area of over 4 million square kilometers and sitting at the crossroads of East, South, and West Asia, the countries of Central Asia have for millennia been at the centre of the exchange of ideas, people, and technology. 541 more words

Coal Miners Rejoice After Senate Repeals Stream Protection Rule

The battered U.S. coal industry rejoiced after the Senate voted on Thursday to repeal a rule that limited companies from dumping mining waste in streams, saying the move could halt the sector’s decline.

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