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¿Qué pasó con la industria europea eólica marina en el año 2013? Cinco preguntas clave para averiguarlo

¿Qué pasó con la industria europea eólica marina en el año 2013? Cinco preguntas clave para averiguarlo | Ricardo Fernández | Scoop.it

Ejercicio de comprensión lectora

  

1 Lea el texto: 5 Tendencias claves y estadísticas en el 2013

2 Pregunte sus dudas. Comparta tus comentarios

3 Elija la respuesta correcta en el ejercicio


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The World’s Largest Solar Thermal Power Plant Started Generating Power Today

The World’s Largest Solar Thermal Power Plant Started Generating Power Today | Ricardo Fernández | Scoop.it

The amazing Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System uses 300,000 computer-controlled mirrors, to focus Sunlight to the top of 459-foot towers, where water is turned into steam to power turbines. The implications of this new project are great, but even more amazing solutions exist. President Obama has repeated time and time again that he will use executive authority to move forward his climate change agenda. He referenced climate change in his State of the Union address, completely lying to the public that a shift to a cleaner energy economy will be hard. He emphasized that there aren’t any new clean green technologies we can use, that we will be using oil, coal and gas for the next few decades.

The human population is waking up, we are well aware of clean green energy generating technologies. We have free energy for example, which directly contradicts what Obama is saying.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, February 14, 2014 3:49 PM

The project is in the California Mojave desert. Barack Obama better makes a move on his promises.