Category Archives: Revolt

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Providing 100% Clean Electricity Through the Spread of Renewables

On November 13, 2014, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), held the panel event “Renewable Energy at Scale in the U.S. and Europe: Lessons Learned and Best Practices,” in collaboration with the Transatlantic Climate Bridge and hosted by the German Embassy in Washington, D.C. The discussion continued the dialogue from an … Continue Reading ››

Storage Solutions Allow for Renewable Energy on Demand

One of the biggest challenges with using renewable energy for electricity generation—specifically wind and solar power—is intermittency. The wind doesn’t always blow and the sun doesn’t always shine. Affordable, reliable, and deployable storage is seen as the holy grail of renewable energy integration, and recent advances in storage technology are getting closer to finding it.

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Negotiating Climate Change as if Development Really Mattered

Over the past twenty years, climate negotiations have been dominated by concerns that addressing global warming is anti-business and onerous to future development.  The insufficient progress we have made at the last 18 COPs towards ‘preventing dangerous human interference with the climate system,’ the ultimate goal of the UN Climate Convention, is a consequence of … Continue Reading ››