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:: Norwegian Scientists Unveil Plans for World's First Underwater Energy Storage Plant

+ 06.02.2014 + A team of Norwegian research scientists has unveiled a concept that could store energy on the seabed.

:: New CO2Fuels Uses Sunlight To Make New Fuels From Old Emissions

+ 05.02.2014 + The name pretty much says it all: the Israeli company New CO2Fuels has developed a solar powered carbon capture process that converts carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide and oxygen, which are reclaimed and processed into fuels.

:: Goldman Sachs sees “transformational moment” in renewables investment

+ 04.02.2014 + Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs has declared the renewable energy sector to be one of the most compelling and attractive markets – and is backing up its talk with $US40 billion ($A46 billion) of made and planned investments.

:: ACORE's Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Southeastern Region Report Finds Good Resources, But Shortage of Policy, Production and Power

+ 03.02.2014 + Three of the Southeastern states provide more than half the region's renewable power.

:: The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914

+ 01.02.2014 + In The Sleepwalkers acclaimed historian and author of Iron Kingdom, Christopher Clark, examines the causes of the First World War.

:: IPCC publishes full report Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis

+ 31.01.2014 + Warming of the climate system is unequivocal, human influence on the climate system is clear, and limiting climate change will require substantial and sustained reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.

:: Japanese regions transition to 100% renewable energy

+ 30.01.2014 + Local governments across Japan are seeking to supply their regions with 100% renewable energy, three years after the major earthquake which resulted in a nuclear disaster.

:: Can the Winter Olympics survive climate change?

+ 29.01.2014 + Most cities that have hosted the Winter Olympics will be too warm to host the Games of the future, a University of Waterloo study finds.

:: World’s largest solar powered bridge, at London Blackfriars station, makes Britain’s biggest brew

+ 28.01.2014 + Network Rail, First Capital Connect and Solarcentury surprised passengers arriving at Blackfriars station this morning with a free cuppa drawn from Britain’s biggest tea cup to celebrate the launch of the world’s largest solar bridge.

:: China Added 12 Gigawatts as Top Solar Market in 2013, BNEF Says

+ 27.01.2014 + Developers in China installed a record 12 gigawatts of solar panels in 2013, almost matching the total amount of solar power in operation in the U.S., and may exceed that in 2014, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

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