Jun 30 2016

Brexit: A Sea of Uncertainty for Ocean Renewables?

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First things first. Like most Americans, I don’t know squat about Brexit. It just seems like one of those far-away things to laugh about. Like when late-night host Stephen Colbert quipped1, following wimpy Iceland’s stunning defeat of powerhouse England in the Euro Cup soccer tournament on Monday night: “This is the worst thing to happen to England in […]

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May 29 2013

Germany’s Energy Revolution

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For the last two decades, Germany, with their feed-in tariffs, has been seen as a forerunner in the use of renewable and alternative energy technologies. However, after the tragic meltdown of the nuclear power plant Fukushima Daiichi in 2011, Germany has been under intense pressure to shut down their nuclear energy program within a decade […]

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