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The Dance of Nuclear, Coal, & Renewables in South Africa

May 25th, 2019 | by David Zarembka

Regular CleanTechnica readers should know that Elon Musk was born in South Africa and only left for Canada when he finished high school. Does Tesla have a presence in his birth country? As far as I know, there is one Tesla employee who is promoting battery storage, which is sorely needed in a country with frequent blackouts. South Africa, as a former British colony, is a right-hand drive country and Musk has said that Tesla would open a store and begin sending Model3s there by the end of this year. There are many wealthy people in South Africa, and with Musk having “hero” status there, it ought to be a good market for Tesla cars, potentially the biggest in Africa


New Army Task Force Will Push for Renewable Energy

August 15th, 2011 | by Tina Casey

In the latest stage of the historic battle between renewable energy and fossil fuels, the U.S. Army has taken the gloves off: Army Secretary John McHugh announced the launch of the Army's new Energy Initiatives Office Task Force, at the GovEnergy Conference in Ohio last week.


$100 Billion Opportunity for Waste-To-Energy Companies in Developing World

December 26th, 2009 | by Susan Kraemer

Here's an opportunity to wisely spend some of the $100 billion that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton promised at Copenhagen to cut the greenhouse gases of developing nations by aiding in the development of renewable energy infrastructure to by-pass fossil fuel dependence. Apparently one in four Chinese cities and seven out of 10 counties are without sewage-treatment plants, according to the People's Daily



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