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Opportunities to Reduce Water Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Chinese Power Sector

China’s power sector is its largest source of greenhouse gas emissions and also its biggest industrial water user.

This issue brief includes a Water–Climate Impacts Bubble Chart to help decision-makers better understand the trade-offs between water use, climate impacts, and capital...

Utility-Scale Renewable Energy

Understanding Cost Parity

This factsheet is simple, go-to resource outlining how electricity supply options (renewable vs. traditional), specifically utility-scale renewable energy systems, can be appropriately compared.

This publication is the final factsheet in a...

Oil prices are plummeting, the United States and China made a major joint climate announcement, and renewable energy reached price parity with coal in a growing number of markets. Iconic tech companies—including Google and Apple—are playing a larger role in both renewable energy and home energy efficiency.

Against this backdrop, 2014 is on track to go down as the world’s hottest year ever recorded. Already, the first 10 months of 2014 have been the hottest on record globally. This is a troubling trend.


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