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- n. Energy that can be replenished at the same rate as it is used.
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To date GE has committed to supply 895 units of 1. 5-MW wind turbines to China, in support of the country's aggressive renewable energy program.
Redirecting government subsidies for extractive energy industries toward the development of clean, renewable energy options.
What we are seeing here – from the solar panels that power this facility to the Bombard workers who built it – is that a green, renewable energy economy isn't some pie-in-the-sky, far-off future, it is now.
We can keep making small, piece-meal investments in renewable energy and keep sending billions of our hard-earned dollars to oil company executives and Middle Eastern dictators.
Waste industry representatives often promote the concept of burning landfill gas as a renewable energy source, which would make landfills eligible for massive governmental subsidies, or carbon-offsetting credits, and grant them some invaluable public relations.
Prohibit all scams aiming to give renewable energy credits or carbon offset credits to waste incinerators and landfill gas burning!