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90 Percent of U.S. Could Be Powered by Renewables by 2035

90 Percent of U.S. Could Be Powered by Renewables by 2035

See the original article here: 90 Percent of U.S. Could Be Powered by Renewables by 2035 This article was originally published by Mother Jones and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Solar panels on a senior housing facility in Boulder, Colorado. Despite America’s continued reliance on fossil fuels as its primary source of energy, the plummeting

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First-of-its-kind Clean Hydrogen Plant Planned for Los Angeles County

First-of-its-kind clean hydrogen plant planned for Los Angeles County

Workers sort through recyclables at Los Angeles Recycling Center.(Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times) Workers sort through recyclables at Los Angeles Recycling Center. An energy company with big ambitions to produce the clean fuel of the future announced a deal Tuesday with Lancaster officials to make hydrogen by using […] See more about this here: First-of-its-kind clean hydrogen plant planned

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Cost Effective Solar Power Systems: Double-Sided Panels That Follow the Sun

Most Cost Effective Solar Power Systems: Double-Sided Panels That Follow the Sun

Solar power systems with double-sided (bifacial) solar panels — which collect sunlight from two sides instead of one — and single-axis tracking technology that tilts the panels so they can follow the sun are the most cost-effective to date, researchers report June 3rd in the journal Joule. They determined that this combination of technologies produces almost 35% more energy, on

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