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Offshore Wind Helps Boost UK Renewable Energy To New Record

1881 is the last time more energy was produced from renewable sources in the UK than from burning fossil fuels. In 1882, the first electricity generating power plant began operating...
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Scotland Bans Plastic Cotton Buds

It may seem innocuous to flush a Q-tip down the toilet, but those bits of plastic have been washing up on beaches and pose a threat to the birds, turtles...
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Geothermal district heating coming to Radicondoli in Tuscany Italy

The municipality of Radicondoli in Tuscany/ Italy has been handed over the new and tested geothermal district heating plant, which will start supplying green and cheap renewable heat to the...
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A Clear Solution For Cleaner Air

Californians love to be outside. But even on a clear, sunny day, we know that the air we are breathing isn’t as clean and clear as it looks, especially in...
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New Power Plant Turns Waste into Energy and Doubles as a Ski Slope and Climbing Wall

Denmark, with a landscape as flat as a pancake, might be a new whimsical destination for skiing, thanks to Copenhagen’s new power plant. That’s right. Last weekend in Copenhagen, an...
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Inspiring Student in France Creates Environmental App to Motivate Others to Make a Difference Daily

Maxime Leroux, a 19-year-old student in France is creating an online community of people executing one “save” per day for the sake of the planet. OneSave/Day is the name of...
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Bloom Energy and EnergyPower to Supply Zero Carbon Electricity From India’s BioWaste

EnergyPower will be deploying a new agricultural and municipal waste digester combined with Bloom Energy’s solid oxide fuel cell technology to deliver renewable power to customers in the Shirala district,...
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The Skai hydrogen-powered aircraft produces zero emissions

Alaka’i Technologies has launched a zero-emissions aircraft with six rotors, electric motors and hydrogen fuel cells as well as a range of 400 miles or four hours. The helicopter-meets-drone aircraft was designed...
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Businessman Uses Nature’s Wisdom to Transform Drought-ruined Texas Hills into Lush Landscape

What was once an abandoned landscape of waterless scrubland has been transformed into a lush green oasis—thanks to the business acumen of a nature-lover from Ohio. After growing up poor...
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Drought-Proof ‘Cooling Houses’ Use Saltwater and Cardboard to Grow Tons of Healthy Produce in the Desert

Saltwater and dry desert climates may not seem like a good recipe for growing healthy produce, but that is exactly what a group of scientists has managed to do. Researchers...
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Latvian companies develop “AI-based” deposit-refund system for plastics

Two Latvian companies says they have found a solution based on artificial intelligence (AI) to what it calls the “two main global problems” regarding plastic packaging. Technology company, dots, and the...
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These researchers are turning plastic bottles into prosthetic limbs

Researchers have created a lightweight prosthetic limb from discarded plastic, which they say could save healthcare providers millions and help tackle pollution. The artificial limbs were made by grinding down plastic...
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