November 12 Energy News

Current news in the energy industry.



¶   “The $523 Billion In Fossil Fuel Subsidies Is Money We’re Not Spending On Renewables” One of the hardest problems in halting climate change is the way countries continue to subsidize the problem, and the problem is fossil fuels. [Co.Exist]

¶   “Quebec holds the answer to Ontario’s power problems” A plan to increase nuclear power generation would cost twice as much as what Quebec is selling: clean, renewable power for right now. [Toronto Star]

Science and Technology:

¶   A recent breakthrough from and the DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory could spark U.S. solar manufacturing when the approach hits the assembly line next year. The approach simplifies manufacture and lowers costs. [Energy Tribune]


¶   Nicaragua is what many experts call a paradise of renewable energies. The country has extensive geothermal resources, resulting from its large volcanic chain and seismic activity, with excellent exposure to the wind and sun and…

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