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Energy Watch Group Newsletter – Mar. 2017

The true picture of Energiewende, Sins & Losses of Big Oil, China’s Peak Coal, Divestment Ticker Germany is celebrated internationally as a role model for a successful energy transition. Its role has certainly be instrumental in enabling the worldwide breakthrough of renewables, but in the recent years many things have been going wrong. President of the Energy Watch Group […]

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India, Iran and Nigeria Can Switch To 100% Renewable Electricity by 2050

New studies show that the fossil fuel dependent countries can switch to fully renewable electricity systems and achieve zero-carbon emissions till 2050. March 17, 2017, Berlin/Lappeenranta – In India, Iran and Nigeria electricity supply fully based on renewable energy sources and storage is feasible until 2050 and is more cost-efficient than other existing energy supply […]

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Energy Watch Group Newsletter – Feb. 2017

Technology to Transform the Energy Sector, 100% Renewables in East Asia and Europe, Ukraine as Role Model for Germany? As global energy transition gathers pace, innovative technology can further disrupt and transform the energy sector much faster than the most of business-as-usual scenarios predict. Two major reports by Carbon Tracker and the McKinsey Global Institute come to […]

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Energy Watch Group Newsletter – Jan. 2017

The Irreversible Momentum of Renewables as Climate Action & Divestment Pressure Rise The production of energy from renewable sources is breaking records all over the globe. In 2016, Costa Rica ran 250 days solely on renewable energy. Over Christmas, wind power generation surged in Scotland and Germany. Solar is set to beat coal as the cheapest energy source. 2017 […]

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Energy Watch Group Newsletter – Dec. 2016

IEA’s Remarkable Camouflage | Climate Action, Renewables & Divestment on the March Despite Trump 2016 has seen progress in new commitments across the world to act on climate change. But it has also reminded us that the world is becoming more complex. In Germany, “post-truth” was named word of the year: all too often lies, appealing to emotion, were more influential than facts. Therefore, providing objective […]

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