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New DOE Report, Video Highlight Clean Energy Technologies "Revolution...Now"

Hot off the presses, a new report and video (see below) by the U.S. Department of Energy showcase "the accelerated deployment of five clean energy technologies: wind turbines, solar technologies for both utility-scale and distributed photovoltaic (PV), electric vehicles (EVs) and light-emitting diodes (LEDs)." For highlights from the report, see below the video.

Topics: Clean Economy

New Report: To Avoid Climate Disaster, "No new fossil fuel extraction or transportation infrastructure should be built worldwide."

A  brand-new report by Oil Change International, in collaboration with a number of other groups (e.g., 350.org, the Rainforest Action Network, Earthworks, Christian Aid), is crystal clear about how rapidly the transition to a clean energy economy must take place if we want to avoid climate disaster. Key points (and graphics) include:

Topics: Clean Economy

Focus on Solutions, Not Scary Facts, When Talking to Millennials About Climate Change

Topics: Marketing & Communications

New ACORE Report: "Renewable energy is becoming the option of choice to power 21st Century America"

The American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) is out with a new report, A Profile of the Nation's Renewable Energy Sector: Powering 21st Century America, that is well worth reading. The report makes several important points, which are summarized below. Also check out a few of their graphics, which are highly informative.

Topics: Clean Economy

Rocky Mountain Institute Lays Out Realistic Clean Energy Economy Roadmap for China

Great work by the Rocky Mountain Institute -- in partnership with the Energy Research Institute of China’s National Development and Reform Commission (ERI), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), and Energy Foundation China (EF China) -- in laying out a realistic, achievable, economically attractive path towards a clean energy economy in China by 2050. You can download the Executive Summary here, but for now here's a summary of the key points and a few graphics which illustrate where China could be in a few decades.

Topics: Clean Economy

Jigar Shah on the Mainstream Media's Behind-the-Times, False Conventional Wisdom About Clean Energy

by Tigercomm President Mike Casey

Topics: Marketing & Communications

Public Affairs is Vital Part of the Cleantech Marketplace

By Mike Casey, President of Tigercomm

Topics: Public Affairs