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On Sunday, 75% of Germany’s Electricity came from Renewables

On Sunday, 75% of Germany’s Electricity came from Renewables

En route to its 2050 Energiewende goal of 80% of the nation’s power being supplied by renewables, especially spurred on by the phaseout of nuclear reactors, Germany broke another renewable energy record on Sunday, May 11, 2014. Europe’s biggest…


Top Ten Answers to global warming Deniers

Posted on 6 May 2014 by dana1981 Roy Spencer is one of the less than 3% of climate scientists whose research suggests that humans are playing a relatively minimal role in global warming. As one of those rare contrarian climate experts, he’s often asked…


Climate Change in the U.S. in 8 Frightening Charts

By Brian Kahn Follow @blkahn The newly released National Climate Assessment spans 30 chapters with thousands of references on how climate change is impacting the U.S. The report took more than 300 scientists and 4 years to prepare, including addressing…


Scientists Develop Coal-Killing Solar Cell Made From Tin

Weren’t we just saying that perovskite solar cells are the next big thing? Well, make that tin perovskite solar cells. Tin perovskite solar cells are suddenly a thing this week, with not one but two major new research announcements coming out of the…