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“List of Problems” With New Tesla Model 3 … Tesla Fandom Gone Too Far … 4 Reasons We Bought Tesla Model 3 — CleanTechnica Top 20

September 2nd, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

The top 20 articles on CleanTechnica last week, in terms of views, were led by quite an interesting and surprising article. If you didn't see it before and are now curious, just be advised that it is delivered better on a computer than a phone — and scrolling down to the comments may be worthwhile sooner than later if you're confused


The Rules Of Acquisition & How They Apply To Climate Change — Part Three

August 27th, 2019 | by Barry A.F.

I suspect, being a progressive bunch, at least a few of us are Star Trek fans. Climate denial is mostly funded by oil company greed, and oil company actions are meant to maximize their profits. So, the idea of this series of short (somewhat satirical) articles is that climate change denial will be analyzed under the lens of each stated rule, how it applies, and what we should consider for our strategies to achieve climate victory over oil company greed


Global Corporations Spur US Wind & Solar Growth

August 22nd, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill

The world's largest corporations signed contracts for more than 6 gigawatts of wind and solar capacity in the United States last year, the beginning of what Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables is calling a "corporate renewables procurement boom" which is spurring renewable energy development across the country


Siemens Gamesa Wins 453 Megawatt Order In India

August 20th, 2019 | by Saurabh

Siemens Gamesa continues to win fresh orders under the auction regime of the Indian wind energy sector. The latest order is among the company’s largest to-date after the introduction of competitive wind energy auctions in India


UK Economy-Wide Coalition Urges Government To Support Onshore Wind

August 20th, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill

An economy-wide coalition of UK companies and organisations has called on the country's new Energy Minister, Kwasi Kwarteng, to support the development of new onshore wind farms in an effort to extricate the technology from its current persona non grata status so as to further boost the country's efforts to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. 



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