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Tag Results - RENEWABLES

Daily Climate Tools Worth Celebrating

Daily Climate Tools Worth Celebrating

Jul 2, 2019

In this festive week, we’re celebrating new and updated tools to help tell your climate story—from rising CO2 to renewable energy generation that limits CO2. Graphics for July 4th extremes are also available.

Annual CO2 Peak & Day of Prayer

Annual CO2 Peak & Day of Prayer

May 1, 2019

Atmospheric CO2 concentrations are nearing this year’s peak above 413 ppm — the highest level in millions of years. We also connect with the National Day of Prayer, analyzing the houses of worship at risk from sea level rise.

The Wind and Solar Forecast Tool

The Wind and Solar Forecast Tool

Sep 27, 2018

SPECIAL RELEASE: Climate Matters is launching a new wind and solar energy forecasting tool that will enable broadcast meteorologists to bring daily renewable-electricity generation information into their forecasts.

The Rise of Renewables

Climate Matters in the Newsroom

The Rise of Renewables

Sep 19, 2018

Our new tool estimates amounts of local solar and wind generation.

Weather Power

Weather Power

Sep 19, 2018

Wind and solar energy are making rapid increases into the U.S. energy grid and fueling economic job growth. Next week, Climate Central will release a wind and solar forecasting tool that enables broadcast meteorologists to bring daily renewable-electricity generation information into their forecasts.

Solar Is Shining

Solar Is Shining

Apr 18, 2018

Solar is shining this Earth Day, with the cost of solar energy plummeting and solar increasingly powering communities across the U.S.

Wind Power

Wind Power

Mar 7, 2013

Here's how much electricity can be generated from wind power.

Solar Potential

Solar Potential

Jul 2, 2012

This interactive shows how summer is the best time of year for solar power.