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Back in 2010 the plan to build a severn barrage was abandoned. A welsh buisness man has revived the idea to build teh 145,000 hectar tidal barrage. The […]

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100,000 people are being moved from the Chinese, Three Gorges Dam because of land slides and bank collapses near the dam. Also the resivour rises and falls so there is some […]

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The power of renewables!

On December 19, 2011 By

Germany has a successful recent history in sustainable power and must be putting some fear into power companies across Europe with communities having this kind of success! 

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Tokelau, a small island with 3 cars and 1500 people is to switch entirely to renewable energy.

A $7.5 million solar PV system will provide 90% of its […]

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Almost every day of his childhood, He Xin remembers the skies in his hometown of Shenyang being gray. Read more…

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Cutting edge technology is regenerating island communities as they pursue wave and tidal energy.

It is hoped that they will reach 100% renewable energy by 2010 – to […]

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Research shows green investment in Europe dropped by one-fifth in 2010 while developing countries surge ahead.

Last year, green investment surged by one-third to a record $211bn (£132bn), […]

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Huge solar farms started generating electricity in Lincolnshire and Cornwall today.

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