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Solar, renewable power to drive India’s future capacity addition as coal remains in a dark place

Most of India’s new power generation capacity in future will be from renewable energy sources, as investments in thermal power capacity remain sluggish and availability of coal continues to be a challenge, India Ratings said in a report. Most of India’s new power generation capacity in future will be from renewable energy sources, as investments […]

Report Finds Wide Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Rooftop Solar Installations

New research underscores that the rooftop solar industry has environmental justice issues to consider. A report recently published in the journal Nature Sustainability outlines large racial and ethnic disparities in installations of rooftop solar. Researchers with Tufts University and the University of California, Berkeley found that census tracts that are over 50 percent Black or […]

Sub-Saharan Africa partners with UNDP to launch solar systems in health centres

The initiative aims to use solar power to refrigerate medicines, maintain health information systems, and create adequate conditions for the delivery of babies while reducing emissions which harm the environment. Solar power is helping make universal healthcare a reality in places where unreliable power supplies regularly affect access to vital services, and can out people’s […]

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2018: The Year of 100% Clean Energy

Policymakers and corporate leaders ignored the academic debate over 100% renewables, and went ahead with policies anyway. Last year, tense debate over the feasibility of 100 percent renewables entirely consumed the energy industry. Stanford professor Dr. Mark Jacobson stood on one side, arguing 100 percent renewables will be technically possible by 2050, while Dr. Christopher Clack led critiques picking apart that modeling. The […]