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24 Dec
More demand for heat pumps, increasing solar energy in the power supply and a boom in battery construction benefiting e-mobility were just a few of the green energy trends this year.
12 Jul 2023
The community of Shimankar in Nigeria's Plateau State installed a solar mini grid three years ago. DW looks at how it has transformed the lives of around 2,000 locals.
12 Jul 2023
In the current climate and energy context, the search for sustainable solutions has become a global issue. Recently, American scientists achieved a tech breakthrough: transmitting solar energy collected in orbit and beaming it back to Earth. This development could pave the way for a new era of continuous renewable energy production.
25 Apr 2023
The changing climate could bring a hotter, sunnier future for Europe — along with extreme heat and drought. What does that mean for the continent's solar sector?

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