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New Energy Economy #9

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As goes China, so goes worldwide renewables investment. It's not all bad though, their slowdown means
 

New Energy Economy

July 18 · Issue #9 · View online
Transformations in clean energy

As goes China, so goes worldwide renewables investment. It’s not all bad though, their slowdown means lower prices for the rest of the world, and it’s not stopping Apple and Samsung from pushing clean energy in their supply chains in China and elsewhere. Also: clean energy news from New York, Greece, Sweden, and the Caribbean. Electric bike data from 2018, and the most popular electric car of… 1900.

Solar Energy Investment Set to Fall in 2018, on Cutback in China and Lower Equipment Costs
Apple announces $300 million clean energy fund in China
Samsung Commits To 100% Renewable Energy By 2020 In US, Europe, & China
Solar, Storage, and the Path to Achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
Cuomo kick-starts New York offshore wind with 800 MW procurement
First Greek Renewable Energy Auction Awards 277 Megawatts For Wind & Solar
Sweden Hits Its 2030 Clean Energy Target This Year
Meet The Woman Revolutionizing Renewable Energy In The Caribbean
Electrifying Ford GoBike: One month of electric pedal-assist data.
A brief history of electric cars: the most popular car of 1900
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