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:: Smart grids to help optimizing the utilization of power grids

+ 11.02.2014 + Germany's power grids are not yet well prepared for the current consequences of our Energiewende, wide fluctuations in the supply of electricity from renewable sources, which conflict with patterns of demand.

:: Wind growth slows in 2013

+ 10.02.2014 + During 2013, 11,159 MW of new wind energy capacity came on line in the EU-28, a decrease of 8% compared to 2012.

:: Climate economics: Make supply chains climate-smart

+ 08.02.2014 + Society's infrastructure is hit hard by extreme weather. Networks of trade, transport and production need to adapt globally, says Anders Levermann.

:: Japanese regions transition to 100% renewable energy

+ 07.02.2014 + 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.

:: 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.

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