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.
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.
Off-grid power generation just got a little bit more serious.
The world's largest offshore wind farm is to be built in the UK, delivering power to nearly half a million homes by 2018.
Energy from wind and sunlight - for the entire world.
The United Kingdom will have the world's largest offshore wind farm in 2020. Powering over a million homes, it will be located off East Yorkshire.
A combination of hydroelectric, solar power, wind energy, and biomass is providing electricity for 1.65 million people in Austria’s largest state.
These turbines will be quiet and harmless to wildlife.
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