Amazing Solar Farm


In the Mojave Desert in California near Primm, Nevada. The largest solar thermal power-tower system in the world, owned by NRG Energy, Google and BrightSource Energy. It uses 347,000 computer-controlled mirrors to focus sunlight onto boilers on top of three 459-foot towers, where water is heated to produce steam to power turbines providing power to more than 140,000 California homes.


Solar panels sit in an array at the Southwick Estate Solar Farm, operated by Primrose Solar Ltd., near Fareham, U.K.   The plant, situated in 200 acres (81 hectares) of farmland, consists of 175,000 monocrystalline PV modules and has a capacity of 48 megawatts.

India has gone ahead and built the world’s biggest solar power plant.

The Kamuthi Solar Power Project in Tamil Nadu has a 648 megawatt capacity — or enough to power 150,000 homes — topping the 550 megawatts of power produced by California’s Topaz Solar Farm.

The Kamuthi facility has 2.5 million solar panels which are cleaned daily by solar-powered robots.



100% Possible Renewable Energy

Aruba Commits to 100% Renewable Energy

Canada, can we be next?   Yes, Reject Kinder Morgan


Tesla’s Future in Trump’s World
Elon Musk is up against a starkly different agenda, but the energy transition he invigorated can’t be stopped.
1. Solar and wind subsidies are probably safe
2. Even without incentives, renewables will get cheaper
3. Gasoline fuel-efficiency targets could be dismantled
4. Electric vehicle incentives will expire on their own
5. States wield the power of their own incentives
6. Keystone’s resurrection won’t make gasoline cheaper
7. Trade barriers with Mexico would hurt Tesla’s rivals

BYD Gets 1st Electric Bus Order In Canada
State-of-the-art electric buses coming to Alberta
Solar-Powered Airports Are Taking Off Worldwide
Sweden To Reach 100% Renewable Electricity By 2040
Alberta oil workers want retraining for Renewable Energy jobs … and Justin Trudeau is still talking about pipelines!


Chile generated so much solar power it gave it away for free…and Canada is still talking about pipelines


Norway to ‘completely ban petrol powered cars by 2025’


Oil Industry’s New Threat? The Global Growth of Electric Cars

39 of Italy’s municipalities are now running on 100% renewable energy and utility bills are falling as a result … and Canada is still talking about pipelines.



Corals Are Dying on the Great Barrier Reef


Today Bangladesh has 3.8 million solar home systems installed — the most for any country on the planet … and Canada is still talking about pipelines.

3D Printed Solar Panels: The Next Step in the Renewable Energy Revolution

Solar Will Replace Nearly All Retiring Coal in Texas … and Canada is still talking about PIPELINES.


Documentary : The Fukushima Refugees Story

Nuclear Nation – The Fukushima Refugees Story


Movie reviews:

‘Nuclear Nation’ Focuses on Japan’s 2011 Crisis – NYTimes
The Disaster Is Over, but the Effects on a Nation Are Not

Nuclear Nation Movie Review & Film Summary (2013) | Roger Ebert

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From Atomic Bombings to Fukushima, Japan Pursues a Nuclear Future Despite a Devastating Past

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Contamination Fears Linger for Japanese Children, Workers One Year After Fukushima Meltdown