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hydroelectric energy, renewable energy -

Renewable energy powerhouse's plan to light up U.S. northeast encounters opposition from local groups, fossil fuel rivals Hydro Quรฉbec sees opportunities to supply cities with energy from its vast network of 61 hydroelectric generating stations and other renewable power.ย  ย  Last week, Quebec Premier Franรงois Legault took to Twitter to celebrate after New York State authorities tentatively approved the first new transmission line in three decades that would connect Quebecโ€™s vast hydroelectric network to the northeastern U.S. grid. STORY CONTINUES BELOW โ€œCโ€™est une immense nouvelle pour lโ€™environnement. De lโ€™รฉnergie fossile sera remplacรฉe par de lโ€™รฉnergie renouvelable,โ€ he tweeted, or translated...

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Canada, renewable energy, renewable fuels -

The writingโ€™s been on the wall for coal for awhile, and in 2020, it just couldnโ€™t compete with renewable energy when it came to new installations. Fossil fuels lost more ground to wind and solar in 2020 ย  Thatโ€™s according to aย new reportย by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), which found that 62 per cent of renewable energy capacity that came online last year cost less to install than the cheapest fossil fuel option. In real terms, thatโ€™s a total of 162 GW that was cheaper to install than coal, around double what it was in 2019. The costs of...

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non-carbon fuels, renewable energy, renewable fuels -

As hydrogen ascends as a non-carbon based fuel, we see an increase in the different types and how they are produced. Here we present a list of the colours of hydrogen and how they fit into the mosaic of renewable fuelsย  From green to pink hydrogen, we reveal the rainbow of hydrogen colours and the different types of technology used to produce each. But isnโ€™t hydrogen a colourless gas? Yes,ย hydrogenย is an invisible gas. So, somewhat confusingly and despite their colourful descriptions, there is no visible difference between the different types of hydrogen. Why is a colourless gas given so many...

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