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Clean Power fossil fuel vs renewable energy subsidies

Published on January 20th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

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Energy Subsidies: Fossil Fuels vs Renewable Energy

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January 20th, 2012 by Zachary Shahan
 
 

This is a great post from the site of a good friend and occasional CleanTechnica writer. It also, I just noticed, uses an image from CleanTechnica. We’ve covered fossil fuel vs nuclear vs renewable energy subsidies many, many times. But it’s still a topic that I think gets far too little attention (meaning that it’s not talked about enough and meaning that many of the people talking about it haven’t put much attention to understanding the matter). So, when I saw this great article by Richard Matthews, I immediately thought that it deserved a repost here on CleanTechnica. Check it out:

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is the director of CleanTechnica, the most popular cleantech-focused website in the world, and Planetsave, a world-leading green and science news site. He has been covering green news of various sorts since 2008, and he has been especially focused on solar energy, electric vehicles, and wind energy since 2009. Aside from his work on CleanTechnica and Planetsave, he's the founder and director of Solar Love, EV Obsession, and Bikocity. To connect with Zach on some of your favorite social networks, go to ZacharyShahan.com and click on the relevant buttons.



  • Anon

    I’d love to be able to take a look at that graph…

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