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July 20 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
20 Jul 2017 at 5:13am

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The energy costs of operating the world?s largest oil fields can rise dramatically as extraction rates begin dropping, according to a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change. As extraction begins to ramp down, the net energy from the process can begin to fall rapidly, so that each unit of oil becomes [...]

July 19 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
19 Jul 2017 at 5:18am

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Google set up an independent business outside the Alphabet umbrella called Dandelion. The new company was created to promote new geothermal system technology. Dandelion will attempt to do for residential heating and cooling what SolarCity has done for rooftop solar. It uses new, less expensive, drilling technology. [CleanTechnica]

Dandelion geothermal system

Responding [...]

July 18 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
18 Jul 2017 at 5:34am

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“How China Floated to the Top in Solar” ? After years of growth and pollution, China is changing tact and embracing sustainability ? no longer beholden to the singular tenet of growth at any cost. China is now the world?s largest renewable energy investor. And the US has relinquished its leadership role, following [...]

July 17 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
17 Jul 2017 at 5:03am

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“Heritage at Risk: How Rising Seas Threaten Ancient Coastal Ruins” ? The shores of Scotland?s Orkney Islands are dotted with ruins that date to the Stone Age. But after enduring for millennia, these archaeological sites, along with many others from Easter Island to Jamestown, are facing an existential threat from climate change. [Yale [...]

July 16 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
16 Jul 2017 at 5:32am

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Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, which had its 40th birthday on July 5, have been innovating and contributing to the Colorado and national economy through seven presidential administrations. The laboratory?s future is uncertain under President Trump, but workers are keeping up hopes. [The Denver Post]

NREL’s Wind Technology Center in [...]

July 15 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
15 Jul 2017 at 4:34am

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Record low renewable energy prices in Chile are here to stay and will likely push power prices even lower, Chile’s energy minister told Reuters, a development that would pressure the nation’s already squeezed diesel and natural gas industries. Chile, with ample solar and wind resources, has become a poster child for renewable energy. [...]

Thinking of snow
by Michelle Harrison
14 Jul 2017 at 12:27pm

Ok, so it?s the middle of July. Skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing are probably the furthest things from a lot of people’s minds. But for those who cherish Vermont?s snowy winters and everything they bring with them, global warming and the failure of our national leaders to grapple with this crisis is alarming no matter [...]

July 14 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
14 Jul 2017 at 5:25am

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“Japan?s Renewable-Energy Revolution” ? A set of images from a series of flights over the Tokyo and Kobe/Osaka regions of Japan show a range of PV projects on former golf courses, quarries, dams, man-made islands, and floating projects on ponds and reservoirs. They add a new look on energy and climate change. [Bloomberg] [...]

Utility programs can help low-income customers keep the lights on, but some d...
by Michelle Harrison
13 Jul 2017 at 9:01pm

By Ariel Drehobl, Research Analyst, Local Policy As households ramp up air conditioners to stay cool this summer, many will find themselves with higher energy bills. Paying these bills will be easier for some than for others. Low-income households, who spend on average three times more of their income on energy bills than other [...]

July 13 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
13 Jul 2017 at 5:09am

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Many Nebraska landowners are opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline slashing through their land. So they?re fighting the proposed oil pipeline with clean, renewable energy. Activists launched the Solar XL campaign to install solar panels on land that Nebraska locals refuse to sell ? directly in the path of the pipeline. [Inhabitat]

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