Bloomberg NEF data indicate that the world has attained the landmark figure of 1TW of wind and solar generation capacity installed. It’s estimated that the second terawatt of wind and solar will arrive by mid-2023 and cost 46% less than the first.
The recent Alberta Energy Efficiency Summit, hosted by the Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance, made it clear that Alberta is embracing energy efficiency in a big way, and expanding its efficiency industry.
Canada is set to join the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the world’s largest intergovernmental organization that supports countries in their transition to sustainable energy sources, officials announced Thursday.
When it comes to generating renewable electricity, Hawaii is leading other states in almost every category. It gets 33 percent of its electricity from rooftop solar and has 60 utility-scale renewable energy projects feeding power into its grids. The state Legislature wants to reach 100 percent renewable energy by 2045. Continue reading “Hawaii Aims for 100% Renewable Energy”→