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It’s official. The EU trading system got carbon emissions down. It’s one thing when renewable energy writers on blogs like this say cap and...

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his month Europe's first electricity super-grid dedicated to renewable energy will become a political reality, as part of Europe's plan to meet its target...

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Moving on from the problems encountered in the Northern California wave energy tests off Mendocino and Humboldt Counties; PG&E has just filed a new...

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The simplest ideas are best at harnessing underwater wave energy. You don’t want lots of parts in the harsh marine environment (for machine parts)...

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Somewhere in the U.S. there is a justice of the peace who still refuses to perform inter-racial marriages, but Principle Power, Inc. has no...

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Solar Energy. Wind Energy. Now, Wave Energy. Reminds me of Captain Planet. A Finnish company, AW-Energy, recently signed a $4.4 million (€3 million) contract...

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The Seattle-based company Hydrovolts, Inc. has discovered an economical way to tap waterways for hydroelectricity.  Rather than damming mighty rivers or installing turbines in...

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[social_buttons] Is the world ready for another ambitious ocean power program? Blue Energy Canada Inc. and World Energy Research are moving quickly in that...

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[social_buttons] An unlikely savior may be coming to the rescue of the planet’s beleaguered coral reefs: Chris Olson, the founder and inventor of Swell...

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Editors Note: This is a guest post by San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom. See his last post for us on EV charging stations on Gas...

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With so much of our planet covered in the stuff, it is a surprise that water does not receive the attention that renewable technologies...

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