Solar, wind, and other renewable sources have provided more power than coal and gas.
The winds of change are blowing.
This is the end of fossil fuels.
Scotland is about to join the countries pushing for maximum sustainability and renewable energy.
An entire country powered by nothing but renewable sources of energy. Sounds impossible? In 2015, Costa Rica did just that—running fossil-free for 299 days. By 2021, this Central American republic hopes to be fully carbon neutral. Here’s a breakdown of how Costa Rica is pioneering country-wide environmental sustainability.
The Energy Kite can be used in places normal wind turbines can't, and harvests up to 600 kW of power.
This brings MidAmerican closer to their vision of 100% pure renewable energy.
Similar to its national musical instrument, Scotland was completely wind powered for a day.
Renewable energy now accounts for a quarter of the world's power, according to a new global report by REN21.
The project, which will consist of five floating wind turbines and cost $4 billion, will be the largest of its kind in the world.
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