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News, articles and discussion relating to renewable energy (all kinds). Energy storage and transport systems are also on-topic.

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Wind Turbine Public Meeting at Nanneella, Victoria, Australia 1/7/2024

Local farmer Wade Northausen from BillboardBattalion.com speaking at a public meeting about a proposed wind farm at Koyuga and Nanneella in North Central Victoria to much applause from the crowd.

https://www.tiktok.com/@billboardbattalion/video/7386859877517348097?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=7341135329707329025

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2024/07/03
01:24 UTC

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Idea for a energy surce from glaciers

Glaciers are moving down a slope and are very havy. can you use the energy of the glacier movmetn to create electrical power?

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2024/06/23
19:21 UTC

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Delta EcoFlow Inverter vs SRNE Hybrid Inverter

Help me decide on which back up system to get for my home. We are plagued by daily power outages and I’d like to get one of these systems installed asap but don't know which is best. Pros and cons?

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2024/06/06
22:14 UTC

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Europe's Challenging Energy Transition

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2024/06/05
02:50 UTC

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Unleashing Geological Hydrogen Potential Will Change The Clean Energy Landscape

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2024/06/04
02:24 UTC

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The Key to Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the U.S. This Decade Lies in the Power Sector

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2024/05/31
02:50 UTC

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Obama's green energy projects

I just heard the claim that all of Obama's green energy projects failed.

Please recommend sources which would discuss this claim.

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2024/05/17
02:38 UTC

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AI sail boats for shipping

Hey Reddit,

Recently say a post about sailboats run completely by AI and was wondering if you had any thought on the idea of using small(er) cargo ship designs under wind power as a means of dealing with fossil fuel consumption.

With the recent turmoil at both the Suez and Panama canals the ability to move cargo around the globe has been backsliding. Traveling through the North-West passage is still unfeasible and not a great sign for climate change at that, but traveling south past Africa and South America while slower are feasible.

If AI cargo vessels where to come into common use it could provide cheap albeit slower means of transport. AI control mean no need for crew accommodations. Wind power means no need for fuel. Electricity for ship operations could be obtained from solar, wind, or regenerative propellers.

Not ideal for time sensitive cargo but for everything else? Is there some downside I'm not seeing? I've been pondering it all month and I'm not seeing any serious obstacles...though I have considered a few practical issues; piracy, disabled or damaged ship, cargo capacity, inclement weather, port navigation, sea obstacles (a la Titanic). Everything else I can think of boils down to maritime policy stuff.

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2024/05/13
21:40 UTC

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UK Government helping people switch to green energy

How to apply for the ECO4 grant: Check Eligibility - Energy Advice Helpline

Get free solar panels, insulation and air source heat pump fully funded

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2024/05/13
15:54 UTC

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2024/05/13
15:51 UTC

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Fake news

Seven countries now generate 100% of their electricity from renewable energy https://www.independent.co.uk/tech/renewable-energy-solar-climate-targets-b2529461.html

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2024/04/23
08:07 UTC

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Solar Energy Report Survey

Hey, I'm writing a report for my university course which needs us to make surveys for data collection so I'm posting here to get a wider data spread.

if you could take the time to fill it I would appreciate it 🙏

Survey Link: https://forms.gle/G4qddt6zW7ZHsecM9

Also, it would help if you've got feedback on the survey since this is my first one for a report.

Thank you!

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2024/04/09
01:33 UTC

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My name is Ashwani Jain, and I am running for Congress to represent Maryland's 6th Congressional District as the only candidate in my race to specifically talk about green energy! Let's talk about what Congress can do to promote green energy!

My name is Ashwani Jain, and I am running for Congress in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District which represents Western Maryland including Northern Montgomery County as well as Frederick, Washington, Allegany, and Garrett Counties.

I am specifically running because I have strong policy solutions to open the doors of opportunity for our community.

This is an open seat with no incumbent, and Maryland's Primary election is on the 14th of May.

Please feel free to ask any questions regarding my policies, the Congressional election, my experience campaigning, or anything else!

You can find out more at JainForCongress.com or at my Subreddit r/JainForCongress

https://preview.redd.it/ylmy727qbyic1.jpg?width=1080&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c714780c9deb2d7719881c030c95594751be6e7f

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2024/02/16
13:47 UTC

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Green Energy fails in extreme cold - kind of defeats the whole purpose

Seems to me there is a way to use the power form wind turbines to warm the thing so it can still function in extreme cold.

I mean, the shit-tank on my RV has a heater to keep the shit from freezing in extreme conditions. Seems pretty basic to me.

Or am I expecting too much?

https://news.yahoo.com/texas-power-grid-verge-another-153815592.html

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2024/01/17
17:10 UTC

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Does anyone have Tesla Powerwall or its alternatives installed?

Tesla Powerwall Enphase IQ Battery LG SolarEdge, StorEdge FranklinWH APower, AGate Sol-Ark Sunpower

Contact me, research team for power systems need 5 local residents homes for in-home product interview, will be rewarded for 100 dollars for accepting the interview. Interview duration will be under an hour ( ps, this will also help me on my resume for future grad schools , it’s like an unpaid internship for a international company I been working for , so it will be a great help if y’all can participate, I will be going along with the process as well !) Date needed: January 20-25 ( the date we need for interviews, but also this time is flexible, we are planning visit one home at a time ) Please contact me, or if you see this , but you don’t have what we need, you can absolutely refer a friend!( please, contact me with your in home product pictures.PS: multiple ones and different angles will be appreciated! )

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2024/01/12
18:19 UTC

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Creating built-in home power backup system that also optimizes time of use rates

In my area, electricity is 1/3 the cost at night than it is during the day. Is it possible to rig a system where I have a backup power pack like the Bluetti that can power the home for 72 hours during an emergency. And since, it's installed - can I also use it to charge itself at night and then discharge to the house during peak use hours? I'm hoping the long term energy cost savings would help pay for the system.

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2024/01/02
20:53 UTC

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