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Spain’s Renewable Energy Supply Increased to 42.4% in 2013

Spain’s Renewable Energy Supply Increased to 42.4% in 2013 | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
In 2013, 42.4% of Spain’s energy production was generated by renewables, reducing the country’s energy-associated carbon dioxide emissions to 61.4 million tons for the year.
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Water Wars

Water Wars | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
There are some facts we all would rather not think about, particularly those that force us to face unpleasant truths.
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1 in 10 People to Face Water Scarcity if Greenhouse Gas Emissions Continue

1 in 10 People to Face Water Scarcity if Greenhouse Gas Emissions Continue | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
Due to persistent greenhouse gas emissions, the number of people at risk of water scarcity will increase by 40% as the climate warms.
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Actis Energy Fund Secures $1.15 Billion for Energy Projects on Three Continents

Actis Energy Fund Secures $1.15 Billion for Energy Projects on Three Continents | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
Actis, a London-based private-equity company, has raised $1.15 billion for a third energy fund, to strengthen clean energy and power distribution in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
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€80 Billion Horizon 2020 Program Can Push Ocean Energy Technologies Closer to Commercialization

€80 Billion Horizon 2020 Program Can Push Ocean Energy Technologies Closer to Commercialization | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
Horizon 2020, a new €80 billion program for research and innovation, yesterday publicized that funds could be allocated into the ocean energy sector.
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Siemens Awarded World’s Largest Onshore Wind-Power Order

Siemens Awarded World’s Largest Onshore Wind-Power Order | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
Siemens has obtained the largest single onshore wind-power order in the world to build 448 wind turbines with a total capacity of 1,050 megawatts.
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New York to Launch Green Bank with US$210 Million Funding

New York to Launch Green Bank with US$210 Million Funding | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
New York’s first bank committed to boosting investment and deployment of clean technologies is to be launched in early 2014.
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Nemmeli Desalination Plant Increases Daily Water Production too 100 Million Liters

Nemmeli Desalination Plant Increases Daily Water Production too 100 Million Liters | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
A desalination plant in the city of Chennai, India, achieved a landmark production of 100 million liters a day (MLD) of fresh drinking water on Saturday.
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Climate Sector Outperforms Global Equities in HSBC Index Review

Climate Sector Outperforms Global Equities in HSBC Index Review | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
Three hundred in the HSBC Global Climate Change Index (CCI) have outperformed the MSCI All Countries World Index (ACWI) by 2.7%.
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UK Retail Giant John Lewis Joins the Shift to Clean Energy

UK Retail Giant John Lewis Joins the Shift to Clean Energy | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
John Lewis Partnership has become the latest UK retail giant to commit to clean energy, signing a contract with SmartestEnergy to supply over 380 of its stores with renewable energy.
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Solar Water-Splitting Could Become New Renewable Energy Source

Solar Water-Splitting Could Become New Renewable Energy Source | Water & Clean Energy | Scoop.it
Hopes for a new clean and renewable source of energy have risen after researchers split water into hydrogen and oxygen using nanoparticles.
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