Five Energy Stories Worth Reading Today (7/2/2015)
Here are five recommended reads for today (7/2/15)
- “Vestas Wind Systems has announced orders worth a total of 860 MW over the space of five days, covering seven orders in five countries,” reports Clean Technica.
- “Legislation passed in the Connecticut General Assembly is expected to brighten the future for residential solar power in Connecticut,” says CT Post.
- “By the end of the decade, the solar industry could be installing 135 gigawatts yearly — more capacity in 12 months than all the cumulative installations over the last four decades,” reports Greentech Media.
- “Scientists in Switzerland announced a clean-energy breakthrough on Wednesday; a cheaper, solar technology that splits water molecules to create clean-burning hydrogen fuel,” according to Reuters.
- “Fracking operations to extract shale gas in Britain could cause nearby house prices to fall by up to 7% and create a risk of environmental damage, according to a government report that has been published in full for the first time,” reports The Guardian.
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