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Three Steps Toward Clean Technology Business Success in Brazil
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Brazil has long been at the forefront of the clean technology revolution. With an abundance of raw materials and a large potential wind market, Brazil has seen a 19 percent increase in renewable energy capacity over the past five years according to The Pew Charitable Trusts’ 2013 Who’s Winning the Clean Energy Race report. In […]

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Residents Upset With New Restrictions On Solar Panels
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The frustration stems from a new ordinance, passed earlier this month that adds regulations to solar panel installations. In a 5-2 vote, the North Richland Hills city council approved an ordinance establishing guidelines for solar power systems.

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Renewable Energy Review: Australia
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Developers, manufacturers, investors and other renewable energy industry stakeholders need to know where the next big market is going to be so that they can adjust their business decisions accordingly.

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Two Clean Energy Stock Speculations for 2014: Wrap-Up
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I included two “Clean Energy Speculations” along with my annual model portfolio of ten clean energy stocks this year. It’s been a tough year for clean energy stocks in general, with my industry benchmark (Powershares Wilderhill Clean Energy ETF (PBW)) down about 15% since I initiated the portfolios on December 27th 2013. Despite this, both […]

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Serbia Seeks to Boost Renewable Energy Investment With New Law
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Serbia seeks to unblock investment in renewable energy after adopting legislation that opens gas and power markets in line with European Union guidelines.

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India Plans the World's Largest Solar Power Plant
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India is making a massive commitment to the solar industry and it may be poised to have the world's largest solar power plant with plans for a 750 MW project. India's "ultra mega solar power plants" are part of a 25 GW plant to make the country a solar …

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In rainy Southeast Alaska, a village experiments with solar power
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Solar power requires less maintenance and infrastructure than windmills, and in the two years since the panels were installed, they've been more efficient in Kake than projections for wind power. Kake residents have always prided themselves on …

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