Here are some more top clean power stories from the past few days (and a couple dirty power stories):
Clean Power, In General
- Much More Renewable Energy Could Be Integrated Into US Grid (Solar Love)
- Energy Transition In The Netherlands (Renewables International)
- Germany’s Renewables Revolution (Rocky Mountain Institute)
- SDG&E Announces 5 New Renewable Power Purchase Agreements (Sempra)
- Thanks To China, Our Carbon Price Is Here To Stay (RenewEconomy)
- Carbon Plumbs New Depths As EU Rejects Market Recovery Plan (RenewEconomy)
- Seattle School Certified as World’s Fourth Living Building; First on West Coast (Green Building Elements)
- Physicians & Solar Companies Unite, Create “Californians Against Utilities Stopping Solar Energy” (Solar Love)
- 220,000 MW Of Distributed Solar Power By 2018 (Navigant Research Report) (Solar Love)
- A Major Advance In Solar Module Testing (Greentech Media)
- Why Is Ohio Trying To Kill Solar? (Solar Power World)
- Graph Of The Day — Solar PV Beyond The Million Rooftops Mark (RenewEconomy)
- Pumped Hydro: Storage Solution For A Renewable Energy Future (RenewEconomy)
- Regen Energy & Carrier Partner For Rooftop AC Efficiency (Greentech Media)
Dirty Power & Such
- Australia’s Abusive Relationship With Coal (RenewEconomy)
- None Of The World’s Top Industries Would Be Profitable If They Paid For The Natural Capital They Use (Grist)
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