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Carbon Emissions Decrease As Countries Start Phasing Out Coal

The mild winter and the decreased use of coal fired power plants has led to global carbon emission levels decreasing by 2%.

Off Grid Solar Facilities: A Life Line For Kenyan Communities

Changing heat temperatures from climate change is a worldwide problem effecting all nations, and Kenya is not exempt from this. Temperatures in Kenya have...

Renewable Energy Sources Produce More Electricity Than Fossil Fuels In The UK

For the first time since the industrial revolution, renewable energy sources produced more electricity for homes and businesses in the UK than fossil fuels....

EIB To Stop Funding To Any Fossil Fuel Projects By 2021

The European Investment Bank has now agreed to stop providing lending for all fossil fuel-based projects, which includes the mainstream gas-fired power plants.

Greenhouse Gases Reach New Highs And Break Records Again

The atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, broke records in 2018 and went on to reach new highs.

Offshore Windfarms Have Potential To Provide More Electricity Than Current Global Demand

A report conducted by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has concluded that using wind turbines in the world’s best offshore sites has the potential...

China Still Increasing Their Coal Power Plant Total Capacity

As most countries actively try to reduce the amount of electricity produced from coal fired power plants, China have added enough electricity produced from coal power to power over 31 million homes in the last 18 months.

Over 100 Scientists Call On Israel Government To Change Energy Policy

Over 11 leading Israeli scientists have signed a letter to their nation’s energy minister, Yuval Steinitz, to go against the countries decision to construct a new network of natural gas power plants.