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Tokyo unveils its 2020 Olympic medals made entirely from recycled electronics

Tokyo unveils its 2020 Olympic medals made entirely from recycled electronics

The organizing committee for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics officially unveiled its Olympic medal designs this week. While on the surface they might look like any other medal, these will be made from something a little different: recycled electronics.
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2019. 07. 29.
Scotland is now generating so much wind energy, it could power two Scotlands

Scotland is now generating so much wind energy, it could power two Scotlands

Seeing countless renewable energy  records broken  and  milestones passed  has been a constant source of encouraging news for our planet. Now, we have yet another impressive stat to celebrate: in the first half of 2019, Scotland generated enough energy from wind power to supply its homes twice over.
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2019. 07. 23.
New European solar installations to double over next 3 years

New European solar installations to double over next 3 years

New European solar installations are expected to double over the next three years, according to analysis from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables, and will push installed capacity over the 250 gigawatt (GW) mark by 2024.
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2019. 07. 16.
Electric cars 'will not solve transport problem,' report warns

Electric cars 'will not solve transport problem,' report warns

Car use will still need to be curbed even when all vehicles are powered by clean electricity, a report has said. It warns that electrifying cars will not address traffic jams, urban sprawl and wasted space for parking.
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2019. 07. 08.
UAE debuts the world's largest individual solar power project

UAE debuts the world's largest individual solar power project

The United Arab Emirates might still be associated with oil money, but it just set a record for reducing its dependence on oil. 
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2019. 07. 02.
Southeast Asian nations, among worst ocean polluters, aim to curb plastic debris

Southeast Asian nations, among worst ocean polluters, aim to curb plastic debris

A summit for leaders of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) being hosted by Thailand is expected to adopt the Bangkok Declaration on Combating Marine Debris in ASEAN Region.
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2019. 06. 24.
US’s first zero-emissions e-ferry to run on hydrogen fuel cell

US’s first zero-emissions e-ferry to run on hydrogen fuel cell

The first hydrogen fuel cell vessel is to be built in the US after  Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine  (GGZEM) was awarded a US$3M grant by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
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2019. 06. 17.
Singapore reservoir to house floating solar panel systems

Singapore reservoir to house floating solar panel systems

One of the world’s largest single floating solar photovoltaic (PV) systems might soon find a home in the waters of Singapore’s Tengeh Reservoir, the national water agency announced.
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2019. 06. 10.
UK goes a fortnight without burning coal for first time since industrial revolution

UK goes a fortnight without burning coal for first time since industrial revolution

Britain has gone two weeks without using coal power for the first time since the industrial revolution,  smashing its previous record  of eight days set earlier this month.
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2019. 06. 03.
Renewables costs fell to a record in 2018

Renewables costs fell to a record in 2018

The cost of renewable energy fell to record lows last year, according to a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Cost reductions, particularly for solar and wind, are set to continue into the next decade.
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2019. 05. 29.
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