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Richard Aguilar
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Dan Johnson
Solar shows great promise but wind turbines just take too much maintenance and cost too much.
They should plant things that we can eat ,sheep use more food and water than eating just plants.
Pardon, how is the CO2 turned into Oxygen? Also this is an incinerator isn’t it?, not the more efficient Pyrolysis machine!.
What ‘Nitrogen Triflouride’(NF3) that’s used in the manufacture of PV solar panels, and is over 7000x more powerful GHG than CO2, and persists in the Atmosphere for 740 years!. I have a petition going on this chemical. But I’m starting a new petition with campaign group ‘38 Degrees’ to demand to UN to immediately end the use of NF3. I’m sure alternatives exist or could be produced!.
IThinkWithMy Dick
Windmills & solar panels are beautiful!!
Hot Wings
Fantastico 👍🌞👍
solar and wind dont need water to operate
Peter Gahan
Good news.
You have to be joking. Switching to "clean energy" whatever you deem that to be. Meanwhile the German audit office has denounced the much celebrated Energieweinde fantasy a disaster that has not delivered cuts in CO2 (even if you believe thats needed), has raised costs, reduced reliability all at enourmous costs to the country. Meanwhile China , India, Japan and African countries build more coal fired generators and the world continues to run on 95% coal/gas/oil. There is no transition just a lot of people scamming the gullible.
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Rowan Broekman
It's beautiful! Especially on roofs.
joseph john
Thanks for all this renewable energy videos. I so much love it.
Bee be Cee
Fantastic. Well done.
PK Saenz
Once again America has been passed over by China where green energy is concerned. What about all of the South American countries that china has bought land in, especially Panama? Excellent video. Thanks.
glenn goodale
Awesome video
Dave L
Excellent report, as always. Energy advances in the so called *3rd world* can not be easily equaled in developed nations... accountants compare the cost of continuing established systems with replacement by new technology an the board of directors get a rash. Disruption of the economic status quo seems inevitable and we will see the cream rise to the top.
Robert McDonnold
Good article. However you jump back and forth from country to country to often. Hard to maintain continuity.
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Breakthrough in renewable energy - VPRO The Rise of Renewable Energy Worldwide 3 months ago   46:11

It’s not in the papers but a silent revolution is moving across the world. Renewable energy is becoming cheaper than from fossil fuels. It means that progressively the choice for wind and solar energy is no longer an ethical one but an economic one. And this will speed up the transfer to renewable energy.

In countries like Brazil, Australia, Chile and parts of the United States people consider renewable energy because of financial reasons. The price of solar and wind energy will continue to drop and in more countries renewable energy will occur.

A surprising newcomer on the market is Morocco, where the government expects that in 2020 more than 40 percent of the energy could come from solar energy.

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