British Army’s Ice Maiden team becomes first all-female team to cross Antarctica using muscle power alone – Telegraph.co.uk

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British Army's Ice Maiden team becomes first all-female team to cross Antarctica using muscle power alone
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The British Army's Ice Maiden team has become the first all-female team to cross Antarctica using muscle power alone. Nicola Harley. 20 January 2018 • 4:17pm. The British Army's Ice Maiden team has become the first all-female team to cross Antarctica
'Ice Maiden' team celebrates Antarctica ski recordBBC News
Ice Maidens become first all-female group to cross AntarcticaSky News
All hail the ice maidens! Six British soldiers become the first all-female team to cross Antarctica – using just Daily Mail
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Using Solar Power As A Political Tool In Armenia

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Dec 282017
 

solar power in ArmeniaArmenia, with support from the World Bank, is pushing ahead with plans to replace all of its gas-fired and nuclear generating stations with renewable energy sources, especially solar, in coming years. It is all part of its bid to limit the political influence over the country exerted by Russia.
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Alberta (Tar Sands Capital Of The World) Invests In 600 MW Of Wind Power

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Dec 152017
 

wind power farm in AlbertaAlberta, home to the dirtiest oil on earth, is beginning to transition to renewable energy. It has awarded contracts totaling $ 1 billion to three companies for 600 megawatts of wind power by 2019.
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Steve Yetiv: America’s energy boom increases its power

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Nov 062017
 

And, historically, the weaker America is in the Persian Gulf, the higher the chance of an oil price. But far more importantly, beyond the environmental hazards of fracking, the boom is distracting America from going green — from seriously developing …
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Despite Clean Power Plan Rollback, Everybody Still Hates Coal (CT Exclusive Interview)

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Oct 162017
 

If President Trump is serious about protecting US manufacturing jobs, he has a strange way of showing it. In just the past few days, his Energy Secretary Rick Perry proposed new protections for coal and nuclear power plants, which were met with a hail of invective from, well, pretty much everybody, including leading manufacturers as well as other top US businesses.

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Princeton Grads’ Energy Startup Provides Power To Native Americans Protesting Oil Pipeline

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Oct 122017
 

And for decades the oil and gas industry has used pipelines to transport fossil fuels. However, no form of transportation comes without risks – within or outside one’s control. Most of us who have witnessed a leaking water pipe can relate. Though when …
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India Added More Renewable Energy Than Thermal Power 4 Consecutive Quarters

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Aug 232017
 

From the quarters starting April 2016 and ending March 2017, India saw more renewable energy capacity added to its grid than thermal power capacity. This is perhaps the first time in India’s history when renewable energy capacity dominated thermal power capacity

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The Power & Perils Of Cooperatives — Episode 12 Of The Building Local Power Podcast

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Aug 112017
 

In this episode, Christopher Mitchell, the director of ILSR’s Community Broadband Networks initiative, interviews Hannah Trostle and Karlee Weinmann, Research Associates for the Community Broadband Networks and Energy Democracy initiatives, respectively

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