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Is graphene a cleantech supermaterial? This startup thinks so

Canary Media

Since its discovery in 2004, graphene has been heralded as a miracle material. Lighter and stronger than steel and as hard as a diamond, it’s also a robust and flexible conductor of electrical and thermal energy. These properties are why graphene holds great promise for a range of clean energy applications — as long…

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Key Points on Global Investmet in the Energy Transition

Energy Central

trillion in 2023, 50x what it was in 2004. Annual global investment in the energy transition rose to $1.77 But is it enough? No, it’s not enough yet! We need to reach $4-5T per annum.


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Actis’ sustainable energy infrastructure fund raises $4.7 billion

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, October 18 — London-based Actis has raised $19 billion since 2004 for private equity, energy and real estate investments. The new fund, The post Actis’ sustainable energy infrastructure fund raises $4.7 billion appeared first on ImpactAlpha.

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Lax Regulation Doesn’t Fully Explain Unsafe Buildings in African Cities: A View from Ghana

The City Fix

One study counted 54 building collapse deaths and 122 injuries in Kampala, Uganda, between 2004 and 2008. Incidents of building collapse are worryingly common in large African cities. Another identified 112 cases in Lagos, Nigeria, from 1978 to 2008. Cities in Ghana and Kenya, Continue reading on

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This book taught me a lot about the Spanish Flu


Barry’s 2004 book has never been more relevant.

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Parliamentary recognition of the importance and decline of invertebrates

Envirotec Magazine

Both the diversity and abundance of insects are in decline with data collected by the Bugs Matter survey suggesting that the abundance of flying insects has fallen by 64% between 2004 and 2022, with similar trends have been detected by scientific studies around the world.

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Contractor’s Corner: Carolina Solar Energy Utility-scale solar developer uses empathy and education to secure community buy-in.

Solar Power World

The company was founded in 2004 by Richard Harkrader, who worked to bring the first Renewable Portfolio Standard legislation to the state in 2007. Carolina Solar Energy is a utility-scale solar pioneer in its home state of North Carolina. </span> appeared first on Solar Power World.