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Siemens Awarded World’s Largest Onshore Wind-Power Order

Siemens Awarded World’s Largest Onshore Wind-Power Order | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | 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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What the world can learn from Singapore about dealing with “water stress”

What the world can learn from Singapore about dealing with “water stress” | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | Scoop.it
Nearly 40% of the world's countries suffer from high or extreme levels of "water stress," according to a first of-its-kind study that evaluated water-related risks in 181 countries and 100 river basins.

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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 | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | 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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Solar Water-Splitting Could Become New Renewable Energy Source

Solar Water-Splitting Could Become New Renewable Energy Source | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | 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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The Future of Ocean Energy

The Future of Ocean Energy | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | Scoop.it
So with our current renewable alternatives paving the way to a sustainable, cleaner and economically sound future, how can we continue diversifying our renewables options?
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Greenhouse Gas Effects to Increase Heat Wave Deaths by 3,500 a Year

Greenhouse Gas Effects to Increase Heat Wave Deaths by 3,500 a Year | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | Scoop.it
Continuation of current levels of greenhouse gas emissions will increase warming temperatures, resulting in a major increase of heat-related deaths.
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EU to Cap Super Greenhouse Gases

EU to Cap Super Greenhouse Gases | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | Scoop.it
Yesterday the European Union reached a deal to reduce the use a group of super global-warming gases known as hydroflurocarbons (HFCs) by 79% by 2030.
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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 | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | 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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Countries Most Water Stressed Ranked for the First Time

Countries Most Water Stressed Ranked for the First Time | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | Scoop.it
Drinking water of 69 countries is already facing tough competition with agricultural, industrial and domestic demands, reveals a new report by the World Resources Institute.
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The Recent Surge in Desalination Plants

The Recent Surge in Desalination Plants | Clean Energy, Climate, Conservation & Water | Scoop.it
The recent surge in proposals, bidding and deployment of desalination plants reflects an awareness of the climate-proof potential for desalination and its capacity to separate industrial water demand from public water supplies.

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