China Follows United States, Announces Reductions... →
While we ate turkey on Thursday, Beijing announced a plan to reduce carbon intensity by 40 – 45% in 2020 from 2005 levels. How does this compare to Obama’s plan? And why should we care about the opening bids placed by the U.S. and China before Copenhagen? Check out the.grid.girl’s latest piece to find out.
beijing follows states...announces emissions cuts →
Leadership We Need: Obama Heads to Copenhagen With... →
check out the.grid.girl’s latest piece on obama, heading to copenhagen with alleged emission reductions in hand for the u.s.a.
Obama Will Go To Copenhagen →
We’re sending in the heaviest hitter possible to craft a strong message that something must be done on the international stage to thwart climate change.
Why China & the U.S. Must Show Leadership at... →
Check out the.grid.girl’s latest piece on why both China and the U.S. should step forward in synch and lead developed and developing economies to the negotiating table. industry does have an answer to climate change: it’s called renewable energy and energy efficiency.
China & the U.S.: Big Emitters Take Significant... →
Check out the.grid.girl’s latest article on new Sino-U.S. cooperation on renewable energy.
India to Announce National Solar Energy Plan →
Check out the.grid.girl’s latest article, focusing on India’s upcoming announcement on a solar energy plan for the subcontinent.
North Africa Sunshine to Power Europe?
It’s possible. Germany and Morocco are meeting this week to discuss scaling concentrated solar power in the North African country and then running the electricity up to the European Union. For more details, check out my article on the GetSolar blog by clicking here. Some things that cross my mind with deals like this are as follows: (1) Would a continued approach to building out...
California First State to Sign Smart Grid... →
Smart Grid in the Eye of the Beholder →
NIST Identifies Smart Grid Interoperability... →
FERC Chairman Underscores Transmission →
The Smart Grid, Part II: Benefits →
The Smart Grid, Part II: Why We Need It →
The Smart Grid, Part I: What is It? →
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