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:: Sarnia Solar PV Farm

+ 12.02.2011 + The biggest solar PV power plants in the world are in Kanada, in Ontario, near Sarnia, not in the USA.

:: The Amazon’s ability to withstand climate change weakened by severe drought

+ 11.02.2011 + Severe drought could turn the Amazon rainforest into a source of carbon emissions contributing to climate change, rather than a carbon sink absorbing emissions.

:: Sec. Chu Announces More 'SunShot' Details

+ 10.02.2011 + The Secretary Chu announced more details of the Department’s “SunShot” initiative to bring the total costs of utility scale solar energy systems down about 75% - to roughly $1 a watt  - by 2020, a feat that would make large scale solar energy cost competitive with electricity from fossil fuels.

:: Rare earths – A turning point for efficiency and recycling

+ 10.02.2011 + The recycling of rare earths is a strategy geared to the sustainable use of valuable raw materials in times of rising prices and the scarcity of such resources.

:: New GTM Research Report Finds Global CSP Market Under Siege by PV

+ 10.02.2011 + Unprecedented growth mitigated by increased competition from lower cost PV.

:: Solar PV Becoming Cheaper than Gas in California?

+ 09.02.2011 + We hear it every day: "Solar is too expensive." Well, not according to the California utility Southern California Edison.

:: Photovoltaic Module Test

+ 08.02.2011 + Below are the results of PV+Test, an independent test for solar modules, conducted by TÜV Rheinland and Solarpraxis AG.

:: T-Shirt Replaces Battery: Fiber-Based Supercapacitors

+ 07.02.2011 + Will we soon be plugging our mobile phone into our t-shirt instead of putting in a battery?

:: BP/Rosneft drilling Plans threaten Arctic parks

+ 05.02.2011 + Arctic oil drilling plans of BP and Rosneft overlap with some key protected areas, a joint WWF and and Transparent World analysis shows.

:: Living with the oceans

+ 04.02.2011 + In this first “World Ocean Review”, we present a report on the state of the oceans which will be followed by periodic updates in the future.

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