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Green Revolution – Solar Power

Green Revolution – Solar Power

Arizona gets plenty of sunlight, and researchers there are working hard to turn that energy into electricity we can use. At Arizona State University, graduate students make and test new materials that will allow us to build smaller, cheaper, flexible photovoltaic solar cells that can go almost anywhere and test solar cells to see how surface shape affects the energy production of the cells

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UNIDO Hydro Plants in Rwanda

UNIDO Hydro Plants in Rwanda

Mini hydropower plants in Rwanda help reduce poverty and boost productive activities in rural communities. Only six per cent of the population have access to energy but Rwanda’s geography make it ideally suited to mini hydro plants to provide affordable electricity to remote locations.

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How BBC’s Panorama got it wrong on Green Energy

How BBC’s Panorama got it wrong on Green Energy

Panorama’s “What’s Fuelling Your Energy Bill” claimed to expose the inconvenient truth behind the UK’s rocketing energy bills. Tony Juniper, environmental campaigner and Action for Renewables chair, examines the facts, debunks the figures and shows how green energy is our cheapest option for the future.

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