Renewable energies stage a show full of power

Electricity production from renewable energy sources continued to increase in the country despite a significant drop in the addition of new capacity in the sector in 2020-2021, beaten by Covid. All other key segments such as thermal, hydropower and nuclear reported a decline in electricity generation in FY21. Total electricity …

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Live and Leave Leaf – BusinessWorld

The author poses after driving a Nissan Leaf in Japan in 2017. – PHOTO BY ANGEL RIVERO Finally, Nissan PHL officially welcomes the brand’s best-selling electric vehicle The long-awaited Nissan Leaf has finally arrived in the Philippines – and it’s high time the world’s best-selling, mass-produced electric vehicle got here …

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Why First Solar, Sunrun and SunPower fell 23.2% in April

What happened Actions of First solar (NASDAQ: FSLR), Sunrun (NASDAQ: RUN), and SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR) fell 12.3%, 19% and 23.2%, respectively, in April, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. At first, declining those stocks may seem counterintuitive, given that the Biden administration has unveiled a number of clean …

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Now is the time to invest in renewable energy stocks?

No one said investing was easy, and the renewable energy sector certainly is today. The long-term outlook remains very positive, but I think investors should be selective in equities and be prepared for possible disappointments along the way. The navigation will not be smooth. That said, there are ways to …

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Letter: You never see the true costs of wind turbines

Dexter Perkins, in an April 24 viewpoint in the Herald, strongly denounced the use of coal to generate electricity. However, he claims that solar and wind power sources are not polluting. The worn-out wind turbine blades, after only 15 years, are quietly buried by the thousands in the isolated meadow. …

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