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Portugal Processes Licenses For 2 GW Of Solar Electricity, Sans Subsidies


In notable solar news, Portugal has authorized the processing of licenses for solar projects which total more than 2 GW of potential.

Solar First: Palestine Licenses West Bank Solar Power Plant

Palestine has licensed its first solar power plant in West Bank. According to pv-tech and Saur Energy International, the 5.7MW solar PV project represents the first utility-scale solar electricity project to get a license in Palestine.

12 Fish Species In India Near Extinction


Pollution and climate change have put 12 indigenous fish species on the brink of extinction in India. Research is being conducted in the area between Bengaluru and Melekote in 10 lakes by Dr.

India Announces ‘Solar Zones’ Policy


The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy in India has finally announced a solar zones policy with an aim to significant boost the development of large-scale solar power projects.

Climate Change Deniers vs Climate Scientists – Who’s Right on Arctic Sea Ice?


In the never-ending non-contest between climate change deniers and climate scientists, there is plenty of gloating to go around.

Indian State Tamil Nadu Wishes To Sell 1 GW Surplus Wind Energy


Buoyed by a good monsoon and availability of transmission network, the availability of wind energy in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has got 1 GW of surplus wind energy this season.

NextEra & Hawaiian Electric Terminate Merger After PUC Rejection


Last Monday, NextEra Energy and Hawaiian Electric terminated their merger plans following rejection of an acquisition application by the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC).

Canada Plans 1 GW Solar Power Capacity In Pakistan


Pakistan received a major boost in its endeavour to expand renewable energy infrastructure as Canada agreed to set up large-scale solar power projects in one of the country’s provinces.

Dubai Will Explore Geothermal Desalinization Feasibility


According to The National, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is requesting proposals for an early-stage feasibility study on producing electricity from geothermal energy and for its use in potential desalination.

Earth’s New “Mini Moon” Confirmed by NASA JPL


First discovered by University of Hawaii’s Pan-STARRS 1 telescope on April 27, 2016, Earth’s new moon, or “mini moon” has been officially confirmed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).

Glacier Water Has A Green Solution For Great Water & Reduced Plastic Waste


Glacier Water offers a simple solution to excess single-use plastic water bottles for home and office.

New Report Released On How California Cities & Counties Are Meeting AB 2188 Requirements


A new report has been released on how cities and counties in California are fulfilling this state’s AB 2188 requirements to adopt expedited permitting processes for residential solar installations.

New Mexico Senator Proposes ITC For Storage


An attractive bipartisan energy storage tax incentive bill has been drafted by New Mexico US Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM).

50 Million Trees Planted By 800,000 Volunteers In 24 Hrs


800,000 volunteers planted 50 million trees in 24 hours in India during an attempt to break the world record for most trees planted in day, which was 847,275 set by Pakistan in 2013.

Great Wind Energy Deals Are Swaying Major Players


In search of low-cost, fixed-rate electricity, great wind energy deals are swaying Fortune 500 companies and other major players to throw their money “into the wind.” Signing contracts for over 2,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity, big brands, high-tech companies, and other non-utility customers represented 52 percent of wind energy generating capacity in 2015.

New York City’s Lowline To Be World’s First Underground Park


Originally published on Green Building Elements Instead of talking about the marvelous skyscrapers in New York City, they may soon be able to marvel at the Lowline, the world’s first underground park.

700+ Moms Have Climate Change Play-In On Capitol Hill


Recently about 700 moms, and children gathered in a park on Capitol Hill to draw attention to the negative impacts caused by climate change and air pollution.

22,900 Premature Deaths Caused By Coal Dust In EU


According to a recent report titled Europe’s Dark Cloud, 22,900 premature deaths are caused each year in the European Union by coal dust. 11,800 new cases of chronic bronchitis and 21,900 hospital admissions in 2013 were also linked to coal plants.

Indian State Plans To Increase Solar Power Use In Agriculture


One of the largest state in India is planning to shift all its electricity consumers in the agricultural sector to shift from thermal power to solar power.

Indian State Of Bihar Eyes 3.5 GW Renewable Energy Capacity By 2022


The east Indian state of Bihar seems ready to participate in the country’s renewable energy race with a new policy in the making.


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