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:: E-Mobility: Fuell-Cell Technology will become a real alternative to Battery-Powered drive Systems only in the distant future

+ 18.01.2014 + A new study by Roland Berger shows that the cost of fuel cells can drop considerably by 2025.

:: A spurious jump in the satellite record: is Antarctic sea ice really expanding?

+ 18.01.2014 + Recent estimates indicate that the Antarctic sea ice cover is expanding at a statistically significant rate with a magnitude one third as large as the rapid rate of sea ice retreat in the Arctic.

:: Clean Energy Investment falls for second year

+ 17.01.2014 + Investment in renewable energy and energy smart technologies dropped 12% in 2013, after falling 9% in 2012. Japan was the most significant among several countries seeing increasing activity.

:: Europe to suffer from more severe and persistent droughts

+ 17.01.2014 + As Europe is battered by storms, new research reminds us of the other side of the coin. By the end of this century, droughts in Europe are expected to be more frequent and intense due to climate change and increased water use.

:: EU could cut emissions by 40 percent at moderate cost

+ 16.01.2014 + The costs of achieving a more ambitious EU climate target are estimated to be moderate.

:: Abengoa to develop South America’s largest solar-thermal plant in Chile

+ 16.01.2014 + The solar plant, which will use molten salts tower technology, will have an advanced storage system enabling it to generate electricity for up to 17.5 hours without direct solar radiation.

:: South Korea's solar thermal market grows 17% in 2012

+ 15.01.2014 + At the end of December 2013, South Korea published the official 2012 statistics for the national solar thermal market.

:: Deutsche Bank hails second solar ‘gold rush’

+ 14.01.2014 + In a new detailed report by Deutsche Bank’s US-based solar industry analysts, the PV industry is said to be heading into its “second gold rush” with a base demand of 46GW in 2014, topped by an expected 56GW of demand in 2015.

:: Cheap battery stores energy for a rainy day

+ 14.01.2014 + Quinone could make flow-battery technology competitive with current storage methods.

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