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First Mini-hydropower, Now It’s USB-hydropower

Offgrid Power From Running Water (via Clean Technica)  Originally published on Ecopreneurist.  There are plenty of plug-n-play options using renewable energy to provide offgrid power, but most of them rely on solar or thermoelectric energy, which may not always be the most appropriate

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Japan Attains 3.9 GW Of PV Installations Since FiT Introduction

Japan Attains 3.9 GW Of PV Installations Since FiT Introduction (via Clean Technica) Since Japan’s feed-in tariff (FiT) was introduced (July 2012), its solar photovoltaic generation capacity installed has amounted to 3.9 GW. In all, approximately 4.086 GW of renewable power

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Transportation Is Here

Hyundai’s Coming Hydrogen Car, & Some Context On Hydrogen Transportation (via Clean Technica) Originally published on Climate Progress.By Emily Atkin On Friday, Hyundai North America CEO John Krafcik announced that the South Korean automaker has developed a hydrogen car. The

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