Every Friday, Community Renewable Energy shares important clean energy developments– and some that are just plain cool.
Here’s what we were reading this week.
Solar power technology continues to improve lives across the world-– Forbes tells us about Nokero which aims to eliminate need for expensive, dirty kerosene.
- Israel bolsters its reputation as a leader in solar power. This week, we read about their plans to build the fifth largest solar power plant ever. (Mashable)
- Not to be outdone, Chile is making sure it’s leading the renewable energy revolution. (Bloomberg)
- Scotland has an impressive renewable record– they now derive 40% of their electricity from renewable resources!
- “Plug and play” solar technology is here. (Star Tribune)
- The Community Power Network covers the future of rural electricity cooperatives.
- Every week, we hear about a new community-owned solar projects. This week, we celebrate Harvard, Massachusetts new community solar endeavor.
- Google continues to back solar power, announcing over $100 million in renewable investments. (SF Gate)
What do you think was the most important renewable energy story this week? Share your insights and thoughts below or by email.
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