List/Grid Tag Archives: Germany

America’s Pledge is committed to maintain the U.S. as the leader in the fight against climate change

America’s Pledge is committed to maintain the U.S. as the leader in the fight against climate change

On June 3th, 2017, we’ve announced that the state of California has decided to ignore Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris accord because it wants to meet its emission… Read more »

Solar wins over coal in the U.S. despite Trump’s efforts to revive the coal sector

Solar wins over coal in the U.S. despite Trump’s efforts to revive the coal sector

President Trump seems to be committed to revive the coal sector in the U.S. even if the price of renewable energy goes down year after year. A recent forecast released… Read more »

German households making the first steps towards energy freedom

German households making the first steps towards energy freedom

In Germany, thousands of households use solar panels and batteries to cover their domestic energy needs. Solar panels mounted on the roof is not something new, but the way of… Read more »

A hydrogen-based train emitting only water

A hydrogen-based train emitting only water

“Hydrail” is the name of the first hydrogen-powered train that was built in Germany and successfully tested last month (March, 2017). Jens Sprotte of Alstom is the French producer of… Read more »

Nio EP9 is the World’s Fastest Electric Hypercar

Nio EP9 is the World’s Fastest Electric Hypercar

NextEV is a Chinese company that competes in the FIA Formula E Championship since the year 2014 (when it was established). On November 21, 2016, NextEV unveiled its new brand… Read more »

After Dieselgate, Volkswagen plans to become a world leader in Electric Cars

After Dieselgate, Volkswagen plans to become a world leader in Electric Cars

After the recent diesel scandal, the German automaker Volkswagen announced that they plan to become a world leader in electric cars by 2025. The pollution scandal first erupted in the… Read more »

COP22 – Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions is an Irreversible Process

COP22 – Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions is an Irreversible Process

A number of almost 200 nations agreed on Friday at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Marrakesh, Morocco, to approve a work plan that can continue the fight… Read more »

The U.S. and China have overtaken Europe in terms of renewable energy development

The U.S. and China have overtaken Europe in terms of renewable energy development

The latest investments in renewable energy made by China and the U.S., made the EU to lose its position as a main investor in the renewable energy sector. In 2012,… Read more »

The number of solar panels installed in China represents a new record for 2016

The number of solar panels installed in China represents a new record for 2016

China continues to invest into the development of the renewable energy sector of the country by installing a record number of solar panels in the first half of 2016. The… Read more »

Onshore wind farms represent low-risk investments on long-term

Onshore wind farms represent low-risk investments on long-term

As you may know, the lifespan of an onshore wind farm is about twenty years, and because the trend is toward the development of the renewable energy sources with zero… Read more »

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