Researchers found four times more predatory birds around areas without wind farms compared to those that have.
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Renewable energy is set to power the future.
Offshore wind farms could provide three times more power than land-based turbines
Gone with the wind.
In wind energy, bigger is almost always better.
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It’s an important milestone, but there’s still a long way to go.
America’s largest renewable energy source will continue to add a lot of new jobs in the coming years.
‘The transition is fully underway. If we are looking for cheap, competitive and reliable, I don’t see much alternative to wind’ says Wind Europe spokesman
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It’s happening – renewables are becoming cheaper than fossil fuels!
China does it again.
High winds and a low demand on a Sunday allowed Scottish windmills to generate 106% of the country’s electricity demand.
The United Kingdom will almost certainly miss its 2020 targets for renewable energy, the National Grid has said.
Denmark’s wind turbines set a spectacular world record as they alone generated over 42 percent of domestic electricity use in 2015 – the most ever done by any country.
The slump in oil prices coincides with the highest investment in renewables ever: $329.3 billion just in 2015.
Starting November 30, the world’s leaders will meet in Paris at the UN summit for climate change to discuss a common framework to reduce carbon emissions at a global level. Most countries already have plans set in motion to reduce emissions, either by using energy efficiency and new technology to lower the carbon footprint of their own operations, or use legislation to compel residents and companies to do the same. A lot of big and sizable corporations in the United States have taken matters into their own hands, however, by buying more clean energy and less fossil fuel derived energy, regardless of what the government suggests or coerces.
Most days are windy in Denmark, but Thursday was unusually so – it was so windy that the country got its entire energy needs and more solely from wind turbines. During the afternoon it was already reported the Nordic nation’s wind turbines were producing 116 per cent of Denmark’s electricity needs, and the figure rose to 140% by the end of
In only 15 years, renewable energy (wind, solar, hydro) could surpass fossil fuels as the main provider of energy. According to a new International Energy Agency (IEA) report, renewables could provide more than 50% of the energy market by 2050. But even so, they warn, without bolder emission cuts, we’ll be blowing past our current climate targets.