Business To Be Key Driver Of Global Climate Action, Reports CDP

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A new report has concluded that business will be in a position by 2030 to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 3.7 billion metric tonnes, and be a key driver of global climate action. The new report, The Business End of Climate Change, was launched this week at the Business & Climate Summit in London, and was authored [&hellip

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First Solar, SunEdison, & SunPower Lead US Solar O&M Market, Says IHS

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The operations & maintenance sector for megawatt-scale solar PV is dominated by First Solar, SunEdison, and SunPower, accounting for 44% of the $300 million market. These are the underlying findings from a new report published by IHS Technology, which analyzed the leading non-residential solar PV system integrators and megawatt-scale operations & maintenance (O&M) providers in [&hellip

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UK Urged To “Stay Calm And Transform On” As Government Claims Full Commitment To Climate Action

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It’s been a week since the world began waking up to the news that the United Kingdom had voted to exit the European Union, and very little has been made clear in the aftermath. Experts had warned that a “Brexit” would have unfortunate consequences for Britain’s environmental and energy future, but outgoing UN climate chief Christiana Figueres [&hellip

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Significant Wind Resources Available To Many Nunavut Communities

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A new study based on wind data taken from Canadian weather balloon stations has shown there are significant wind resources available to many Nunavut communities. In a report published earlier this month and prepared for the Qulliq Energy Corporation, which is owned by the Government of Nunavut, author Dr. Jean-Paul Pinard concluded that “There is enough [&hellip

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Energy Storage “Ghost Hunters” Nail Down Path To Better Battery

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An energy storage “ghost in the machine” has been identified as the culprit behind capacity loss and under-performance in lithium-ion batteries

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Study of stalagmites in caves in China reveals 640,000 years of Asian monsoon history

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(Phys.org)—A team of researchers with members from China, the U.S., Austria and Singapore has used their analysis of stalagmites in a cave deep in central China to map over 640,000 years of monsoons in Asia. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes their analysis of the cave formations, what they found and how they were able to use what they learned to better understand other world events over the same time period. Nele Meckler with University ...

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