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Danone invests in firm selling bottled water from ocean floor
The Guardian • Reuters
County commissioners approve 40MW PV project in South Dakota
Product Reviews - PV-Tech • Conor Ryan
New directory providing technical information on Scottish ports could help marine energy developers
Hydroworld • Gregory B. Poindexter
Berkeley nonprofit aims to reduce inequality through sustainable jobs
Berkeleyside • Melati Citrawireja
Global Energy Storage to Double Six Times by 2030, Matching Solar’s Spectacular Rise
Greentech Media • Jeff St. John
Embattled former PUC chief Peevey resurfaces with a green energy book
Los Angeles Times • Ivan Penn
Constitution Amendment Debate Shifts To States
Nigerian News from Leadership Newspapers • Dickson
Can a spreadsheet help crack the climate challenge? These Harvard students hope so.
Global Post • Pri's The World
London weather forecast: Warnings in place with 50mph winds set to batter capital
The London Evening Standard • Patrick Grafton-Green
The Divestment Movement Runs Up Onto The Shoals Of Reality
Forbes • Contributor, David Blackmon
 
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Finance, Investment Industry
Danone invests in firm selling bottled water from ocean floor
The GuardianReuters
Evian and Volvic owner Danone has put money into a Hawaiian bottled water from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, showing the depths multinationals will now go to in the quest for more revenue The investment in Kona Deep, for an undisclosed...
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Solar Industry, Technology Industry
County commissioners approve 40MW PV project in South Dakota
Product Reviews - PV-TechConor Ryan
Fall River County Commissioners have approved of the vacating of intersecting sections lines in Minnekahta Valley, South Dakota that will push along the develop of a 40MW PV project — per the Rapid City Journal. Following this approval, which was decided during...
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Hydropower, Technology Industry
New directory providing technical information on Scottish ports could help marine energy developers
HydroworldGregory B. Poindexter
As you were browsing http://www.hydroworld.com something about your browser made us think you were a bot. There are a few reasons this might happen: You're a power user moving through this website with super-human speed. You've disabled JavaScript in your web browser....
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Climate Change, Energy Efficiency
Berkeley nonprofit aims to reduce inequality through sustainable jobs
BerkeleysideMelati Citrawireja
“There aren’t a lot of women in bricklaying,” says 28-year-old Brittney Denise Holmes. “That’s why I want to do it.” Holmes BARTs in daily from San Francisco to participate in the Green Energy Training Services (GETS) pre-apprenticeship program at Rising Sun Energy...
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Cleantech, Electronic Components
Global Energy Storage to Double Six Times by 2030, Matching Solar’s Spectacular Rise
Greentech MediaJeff St. John
The energy storage industry is set to rise dramatically, for those companies that can play the long game. Bloomberg New Energy Finance released a report Tuesday that forecasts the global energy storage market will “double six times” from now to 2030, from...
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Coal Industry, Energy Efficiency
Embattled former PUC chief Peevey resurfaces with a green energy book
Los Angeles TimesIvan Penn
For much of the last three years, former California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey has kept an extremely low profile as investigators review whether the onetime top state utility regulator improperly influenced how much consumers must pay for the premature closure...
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Hydropower
Constitution Amendment Debate Shifts To States
Nigerian News from Leadership NewspapersDickson
BY SOLOMON AYADO and AHURAKA ISAH, Abuja The 36 State Houses of Assembly is set to commence debate on the proposed amendments of the 1999 constitution (as amended). LEADERSHIP gathered that the National Assembly has handed out copies of the amended clauses...
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Climate Change, Energy Efficiency
Can a spreadsheet help crack the climate challenge? These Harvard students hope so.
Global Post Pri's The World
As an environment reporter for The World, I spend a lot of time reporting on climate change as an international policy issue. I spend less time thinking and learning about what it would actually look like to live in a country that’s...
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Oceans, Wind Power
London weather forecast: Warnings in place with 50mph winds set to batter capital
The London Evening Standard Patrick Grafton-Green
London is set to be battered by strong winds after forecasters issued a weather warning for the capital. A yellow warning of wind has been issued by the Met Office, alerting Londoners that severe weather could hit the capital on Wednesday. Winds...
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Coal Industry, Compressed Natural Gas
The Divestment Movement Runs Up Onto The Shoals Of Reality
ForbesContributor, David Blackmon
2017 has not been a good year for America's "Divestment" movement, as it relates to oil and gas stocks. A big part of the argument proponents of divestment make is that investors should forego investing in oil and gas stocks because they...
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