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Zeroing In on the Female Traveler

Zeroing In on the Female Traveler | Water fuel technology | Scoop.it
A hotel package focuses on women without children. Could a trend be in the making?

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Electricity Prices Fall In Europe As German Renewable Energy Increases

Electricity Prices Fall In Europe As German Renewable Energy Increases | Water fuel technology | Scoop.it

For the fifth consecutive month, electricity prices in have decreased in Western Europe, due in part to increased solar and wind generation in Germany.

 

Germany currently gets about 25 percent of its electricity from renewable energy, and the goal is to increase that number to at least 80 percent by 2050.

 

German wind and solar output for the first three months of 2014 increased by 40 percent — or 6.5 terawatt-hours — compared with last year, according to the Platts data. Wind power increased 31 percent from the first quarter of 2013, while solar power increased 74 percent from more than a year earlier.

 

Germany’s combined wind and solar portfolio is more than 70 gigawatts, making them the country’s largest sources of power when measured by installed capacity.


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, May 21, 2014 3:11 AM

The Germans are serious about getting off the fossil fuel addiction. They are showing the world that renewable energy can be done...

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Departures Switzerland App

Departures Switzerland App | Water fuel technology | Scoop.it

Shows the departure times for all public transportation networks in Switzerland in an innovative and attractive 3D view.

No typing necessary: simply hold your iPhone in the direction of the desired station or stop and the respective destination board will be displayed.


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