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Abbott hangover? Iberdrola further delays wind farm first sidelined by 2013 RET review

Renew Economy

Iberdrola further delays wind farm first sidelined by 2013 RET review appeared first on RenewEconomy. Ten years after being sidelined by Tony Abbott's renewables investment freeze, construction of Woakwine wind farm in South Australia has again been delayed. The post Abbott hangover?

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Delaware Electric Co-op adds 4.2 MW to 2013-commissioned solar farm

Solar Power World

MW to 2013-commissioned solar farm appeared first on Solar Power World. Seventeen acres of new solar panels began producing energy for DEC members in early January. Constellation, an Exelon company, built the 4.2-MW MW addition to the Cooperative’s Sussex County solar farm. The… The post Delaware Electric Co-op adds 4.2


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After Decades, Tenants Are Still Fighting NYC Public Housing for Speedy Mold Relief

NRDC onEarth

In 2013, they sued. In the 1990s, they organized. In 2023, residents continue the fight for safe homes in NYCHA developments across the city.

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Calculating Avoided Emissions With CarbonCount 2.0


First developed in 2013 by the climate investment firm HASI, CarbonCount is a decision tool that evaluates investments in U.S.-based based carbon-free energy, energy efficiency, and climate resilience projects to determine how efficiently they reduce CO2 equivalent emissions per $1,000 of investment.

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Eco Pro 2013

Cleantech Blog

With the recovery of Fukushima on everyone’s mind and the uncertainty in fossil fuel supply, the focus on 2013 was on renewable energy. Every year, Eco-Pro features a particular theme.

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The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Ceased Operations In 2013 But The Battle Over Dismantling It Still Rages

Forbes Green Tech

San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station closed in 2013. But activists and regulators in southern California are now debating how to dismantle the site and where to store the spent nuclear fuel.

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NOAA predicts drought in the west, flooding in the east

Inhabitat - Innovation

Most of the western half of the country is already in moderate to exceptional drought conditions, which, unfortunately, is likely to expand into the most significant spring drought since 2013.