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New Energy Economy #11: Terawatt edition

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Epochal milestone: BNEF reports that after decades of growth, 1 terawatt of solar and wind have been
 

New Energy Economy

August 7 · Issue #11 · View online
Transformations in clean energy

Epochal milestone: BNEF reports that after decades of growth, 1 terawatt of solar and wind have been installed worldwide. The second terawatt will take five years, and cost half as much.
More large banks and insurers abandon coal. Southern renewables driven by economics, not politics. Uncertainty in Chinese energy markets, new fusion reactors tantalize, and cleanliness (of power) is next to godliness, as 5.5k UK churches switch to renewables.
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World Reaches 1,000GW of Wind and Solar, Keeps Going
Henbest: Power System Will Dance to Tune of Wind, Solar, Batteries
Lloyds Banking Group Moves To Cease Financing New Coal-Fired Power
Munich Re Will Limit Investments In Companies That Derive Profits From Coal
In North Carolina, renewable energy losing its edge as a political wedge
Massachusetts utilities file US-record offshore wind contracts at $65/MWh
Residential storage hits new record, deploying 36MWh in Q1
China to face complicated power supply conditions this summer
Will Lockheed Martin Change The World With Its New Fusion Reactor?
5,500 UK churches switch to renewable energy
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