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04.03.19
Renewable energy is on the rise, but so is demand for fossil fuels
04.03.19

Renewable energy is on the rise, but so is demand for fossil fuels

Increasing renewables uptake is not enough to mitigate our appetite for gas and coal.

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02.26.19
Google’s DeepMind can predict wind patterns a day in advance
02.26.19

Google’s DeepMind can predict wind patterns a day in advance

DeepMind knows which way the wind blows

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02.12.19
Shell backs Alphabet's power-generating kites in latest renewable bet
02.12.19

Shell backs Alphabet's power-generating kites in latest renewable bet

Makani could become a player in offshore wind power.

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10.08.18
Vortx review: The most fun you can have with a desktop heater
10.08.18

Vortx review: The most fun you can have with a desktop heater

Video games are better with wind effects.

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01.15.18
Nearly all new US electricity capacity was renewable in 2017
01.15.18

Nearly all new US electricity capacity was renewable in 2017

However, that's partly because fossil fuel plants are dying.

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12.01.17
Tesla's giant battery farm is now live in South Australia
12.01.17

Tesla's giant battery farm is now live in South Australia

The company smashed its 100-day delivery target.

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09.07.17
Drone pilots are getting their own weather forecasts
09.07.17

Drone pilots are getting their own weather forecasts

Earth Networks is testing a very granular low-altitude weather service.

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06.08.17
Strong winds and clear skies help set UK renewable energy record
06.08.17

Strong winds and clear skies help set UK renewable energy record

On Wednesday, over half of the UK's energy was provided by solar, wind, hydro and biomass for the first time.

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06.02.17
India will be the first to power its ports with green energy
06.02.17

India will be the first to power its ports with green energy

The Government hopes to generate 200 megawatts via solar and wind sources.

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