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Renewable Energy Production Exceeds Nuclear

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US biofuels, wind, solar, and hydro production on the rise

Well, renewable power is not in last place anymore. According to the Monthly Energy Review published by the Energy Information Administration, renewable energy production has passed nuclear energy and is continuing to grow rapidly. By the agency's definition, renewable energy includes biofuels, geothermal, solar, hydroelectric, and wind power. Together, these sources currently......read more

Renewable Energy Investment Surpasses Fossil Fuels

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Money is flocking to clean energy, according to Bloomberg report

The prospects for getting a global agreement on limiting greenhouse gases may be grim, but the world is shifting toward consuming more renewable energy in any case. According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, last year investors poured $187 billion into electricity from renewable sources (wind, sun, biomass, etc.), versus $157 billion for fossil fuels, marking the first time ever that clean......read more

Biolite Camp Stove

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Ingenious portable stove converts biomass to electricity $129.00

Camping just got greener. Biolite's brilliant, portable Camp Stove rejects petroleum-based gas in favor of twigs and bits of wood. That's cool in and of itself, because it means less oil and less open pit fires (the cause of most forest blazes). But even cooler is the fact that the Camp Stove converts waste heat into electricity, meaning you can charge your gadgets while you're off-the-grid.......read more

Renewable Energy Report Card

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Mitchell Flexo on the relative pros and cons of clean energy sources

After our look at the major fossil fuels -- coal, oil, nuclear, and natural gas, which account for close to 90% of American energy production -- we know the pros and cons of each source of dirty energy. Now let's take a look at some renewable energy sources and see how they grade out. These sources account for about 10% of our energy production. HydroelectricityHydro is considered to be a......read more

Renewable Energy Booming in Several States

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New figures from the Energy Information Administration show clean energy growth over the last decade

With fossil fuels meeting the vast majority of America's energy needs, our clean energy future is a long ways off. But in the last decade, renewable power use has taken off, with some states now meeting over 20 percent of their energy needs from wind, solar, biomass and other alternative fuels. At Co.Exist, Ben Schiller points to new data from the Energy Information Administration that shows the......read more

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