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  1. solar pv 46, most recently on 16 February 2017
  2. nuclear power 38, most recently on 04 January 2017
  3. renewable energy 30, most recently on 18 August 2014
  4. wind power 14, most recently on 18 October 2016
  5. solar energy 13, most recently on 29 June 2016
  6. coal power 11, most recently on 27 June 2016
  7. nuclear energy 6, most recently on 19 June 2014
  8. wind energy 6, most recently on 26 January 2014
  9. carbon emissions 4, most recently on 30 November 2015
  10. hydro power 4, most recently on 25 June 2016
  11. energy conservation 2, most recently on 19 June 2016
  12. electricity supply 2, most recently on 14 September 2013
  13. biomass 2, most recently on 19 September 2016
  14. energy demand 2, most recently on 05 June 2016
  15. green jobs 2, most recently on 22 February 2014
  16. carbon trading 1, most recently on 24 June 2014
  17. hydro-electricity 1, most recently on 23 January 2015
  18. future energy needs 1, most recently on 20 August 2015
  19. sustainable energy 1, most recently on 05 February 2014
  20. hydro 1, most recently on 27 March 2014
  1. In solar pv Everything you always wanted to know about solar, but didn't know where to ask https://t.co/wr1seJNSSY https://t.co/7GweXN7w7y on 16 February 2017 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  2. In nuclear power Will power prices ever support new nuclear build? No--check out the numbers here: https://t.co/yAUbcF3b69 https://t.co/tFfrTtZrTe on 04 January 2017 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  3. In wind power Wind to supply 20 per cent of global power needs by 2030 - report https://t.co/Pf05LbKOcL on 18 October 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  4. In biomass The pellet debate gets weird: #biomass imports to the #EU don't go to #Germany, but the #UK https://t.co/9rbRWKXEfD https://t.co/OeoRlextJz on 19 September 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  5. In solar pv IHS names SMA, SolarEdge, Schneider Electric, Sungrow, Huawei and ABB as leaders in PV inverter supplier scorecard https://t.co/HDzTxWb1eL on 08 July 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  6. In solar energy German Development Bank @KfW to fund two floating solar parks in India https://t.co/4QxxxsOiPD on 29 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  7. In solar pv Solar PV production, quality and innovation forum in Munich exceeded expectations https://t.co/dFosIU2wRZ on 28 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  8. In coal power Power flows acc. to prices, not technical pressure. Sad consequence is that German coal plants run more often than needed. @ODouglasPrice on 27 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  9. In hydro power Sweden is good, but few countries have large hydro power resources. So no role model. @Thibault77700 @_jigarvshah on 25 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  10. In nuclear power No need to be impressed. But you are the exception in nuclear camp recognizing: power sector emissions acutally dropped. @yes_VY @mtaylor_nz on 19 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  11. In energy conservation There are reasons to switch to renewables and to increase energy conservation. Including climate @yes_VY https://t.co/WjEGe9yu5G on 19 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  12. In solar pv VDMA: Investments in solar equipment remain very high; German PV equipment suppliers increase turnover by 60 ... https://t.co/j648SqHF5G on 16 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  13. In coal power Germany ramped up renewables to supply 33% of power demand. As result, coal power plants run fewer hours per year. @ShellenbergerMD on 15 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  14. In energy conservation More renewables and conservation reduce dependency on energy imports @eaSustDev @EurActiv https://t.co/LDhO9wld8L https://t.co/GvuI03ZGIn on 14 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  15. In wind power Big push to cut costs of offshore wind power https://t.co/jzwOAmf4eq on 06 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  16. In energy demand In Germany, solar provides >6% of electricity demand and makes expensive peak power plants on many days obsolete @ludvigbel @energy_charts on 05 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  17. In nuclear power opposite, @MWilkes45: German power exports are at record highs, even with nuclear phaseout policy @ShellenbergerMD on 30 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  18. In solar pv China Expected to Outperform Germany in Solar PV Capacity https://t.co/jD77oy8Kd1 on 26 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  19. In solar pv Solar PV manufacturing in Iran: IDRO and SCHMID Group start collaboration https://t.co/Tvnhk93FaN on 23 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  20. In solar pv Morgan Solar, One of the Last Remaining Concentrating PV Firms, Wins 10MW Project https://t.co/EMXyB0TrmP on 11 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  21. In nuclear power 40% renewables for France means also nuclear power goes down to 60% or less. @LUND_ENERGY @WileyEnergy on 20 April 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  22. In solar pv Sonnenstromfabrik in Wismar (Germany) back in manufacturing of long-life and standard PV modules https://t.co/p93yYzD8Qw on 19 April 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  23. In coal power Coal power utilisation is going down, but energy companies keep building coal power plants: https://t.co/iaMyyDNqBj https://t.co/8BlRQgXgTX on 14 April 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  24. In nuclear power capacity factor of conv power plants in DE in last 90 days: nuclear 95% lignite 72% coal 41% gas 11% @krispijnbeek https://t.co/34gyBuYJyi on 04 April 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  25. In solar pv Sonnen ships its 10,000 solar battery https://t.co/KX6SZRDA4w on 12 February 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  26. In carbon emissions Four European countries launch $500m project to cut carbon emissions https://t.co/311XH7izoS (PEI Renewables) on 30 November 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  27. In coal power Vattenfall coal-fired power plants sale back on the table http://t.co/sJ5KEkm7k4 (PEI Renewables) on 22 September 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  28. In solar pv "I am certainly not the solar industry gravedigger," says Asbeck http://t.co/ABCtLVs61k (PV-Magazine) on 26 August 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  29. In future energy needs A sustainable energy future for France needs a focus on sufficiency, efficiency & renewables http://t.co/FuJDvAAYTm http://t.co/tGEndx55ts on 20 August 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  30. In hydro-electricity Utility ad from 1993: "Solar, hydro or wind cannot even in the longrun supply more than 4% of our electricity needs." http://t.co/xn4GNtLk2m on 23 January 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  31. In solar pv SCHMID Group announces progress on construction of the integrated 71 MW PV production facility i... http://t.co/NO07e1w2Tj (SolarServer) on 23 January 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  32. In solar pv MegaCell, RCT Solutions ink development and licence agreement on bi-facial polycristalline PV te... http://t.co/2njgvh7Ae1 (SolarServer) on 22 December 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  33. In solar pv Germany sees price drop in solar power storage systems http://t.co/0oXjvEVulN (PV-Magazine) on 18 December 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  34. In nuclear power The Telegraph (UK): Technology revolution in nuclear power could slash costs below coal http://t.co/zT6YAwCq6h (Nuclear Report) on 24 September 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  35. In renewable energy Yesterday afternoon, renewable energy covered around 75% of German electricity demand (red line) http://t.co/SfBXVLvKwG by @Sustainable2050 on 18 August 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  36. In wind power Wind Comes To Rescue When 4 Aging Nuclear Reactors Shut Down In U.K. http://t.co/YoBtRhWpZF http://t.co/49ksAgLtLN via @irishenviro on 17 August 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  37. In nuclear power New solar in Germany comes at half the costs of planned #Hinkley UK nuclear power. by @VQuaschning http://t.co/pby8m6tG6D on 07 August 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  38. In solar pv The Continuing Exponential Growth Of Global Solar PV Production & Installation http://t.co/zxYOYyErFX (CleanTechnica) on 21 July 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  39. In solar pv Yesterday, solar PV provided 23 GW, almost half of Germany's electricity demand http://t.co/p065O8x0Tl via Sustainable2050 on 21 July 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  40. In solar energy In Germany, solar energy is no longer luxury item; cost of solar and other energy sources are about equal. http://t.co/FQM0VesYV3 on 21 July 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  41. In wind power Great about solar! Bt why no wind power added? RT "@sungevity: solar accounted for 100% of new generation in 6 states http://t.co/bZS9qtTUQg on 16 July 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  42. In solar pv The U.S. lags behind Australia and Germany in making solar cheap http://t.co/YLywmQKHtA http://t.co/GRJOSygcOU @RockyMtnInst on 16 July 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  43. In solar pv Solar PV in Africa: IdeemaTec concludes delivery of tracking system for 8.5 MW project in Rwanda http://t.co/9grxM19lEr (SolarServer) on 02 July 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  44. In solar pv Plus 200 MW in May 2014: German solar PV capacity grows to 36.5 GW http://t.co/nTsLCkSPdy on 30 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  45. In carbon trading "European coal fever" (@IEA) started 2005 - due to high gas prices, carbon trading incentives. http://t.co/zLaiMg3xXS http://t.co/A0t5t03em2 on 24 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  46. In solar pv Hanwha Q Cells supplies 30 MW of solar PV modules to Martifer Solar, for EU projects http://t.co/vDdP3MJrEc (SolarServer) on 23 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  47. In nuclear energy French govt plans to cut nuclear dependence by 1/3 until 2025 http://t.co/KgVuj3yvXN on 19 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  48. In solar pv German solar PV generation peaks at over half of demand on June 9th, 2014 http://t.co/HkHmM36kiH (SolarServer) on 19 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  49. In renewable energy From January to May, renewable energy sources have provided ~30% of electricity in Germany. http://t.co/TSCPXOHvKw http://t.co/gCHUxMQcTV on 19 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  50. In nuclear power Just data: Since 2000, wind and solar grow strong, nuclear power in decline. http://t.co/sLOVwc07Ju via @Denis_Baupin @PaulNeau on 15 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  51. In nuclear power On day like this a decade ago, 20 more coal/nuclear power plants were needed to power Germany. Today we've got solar. http://t.co/r1ScJLRrnR on 15 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  52. In nuclear power Finally, the German govt stops asking taxpayers to co-pay the construction of new nuclear power plants abroad http://t.co/FmGthiHlCK on 14 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  53. In renewable energy Today, renewable energy provided >50% of electricity peak demand in Germany. Also big power exports! #Energiewende http://t.co/ViKWGCPPMT on 09 June 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  54. In renewable energy 100% Of Dutch Electric Trains Could Run On Renewable Energy BY 2018 http://t.co/XvetE80H5Q (CleanTechnica) on 24 May 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  55. In solar energy Home Solar Energy Storage 'Very Affordable' In Germany http://t.co/ZsYkKRebUk (Energy Matters) on 15 May 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  56. In renewable energy Germany Sets New Record, Generating 74% Of Electricity Needs From Renewable Energy http://t.co/wgDKzqCBSK via @climateprogress on 13 May 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  57. In renewable energy Germans want a fast, decentralized transition to renewable energy http://t.co/z73swWrLTP on 09 May 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  58. In coal power German govt plans a constant coal power generation over next 15 years, claims @VQuaschning http://t.co/gofmCwI9oM http://t.co/l2rySV68Au on 08 May 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  59. In solar pv E.ON breaks ground on the largest solar PV plant at a U.S. military base at 14 MW-AC http://t.co/z6RG9r4klK (SolarServer) on 28 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  60. In nuclear power The best way to reduce its risks? Phasing out nuclear power. #ChernobylAnniversary http://t.co/ucLmA8DDgy on 26 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  61. In nuclear power Today in history: 1986 - The so far worst nuclear power plant accident in history occurred at #Chernobyl, near Kiev, U.S.S.R. on 26 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  62. In nuclear energy Coal Returns to German Utilities Replacing Lost Nuclear Energy http://t.co/cGBLglgf2t via @BW (except that renewables grew even faster) on 15 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  63. In nuclear power Digital Journal (Canada): Japan approves new energy policy, reinstating nuclear power http://t.co/ddlilQp1tJ (Nuclear Report) on 11 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  64. In wind power World Wind Power Poised to Bounce Back after Slowing in 2013 http://t.co/gbWEwb4Kxi (Grist) on 10 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  65. In nuclear power Since 2000, share of nuclear power dropped from 29.5% to 15.4%. Renewables grew from 6.6% to 23.9%. http://t.co/bqXpTgu1Dt @jawible @TheBTI on 02 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  66. In wind power where is coal, solar wind power? Mapping the energy stakes of 16 German states. Nice job by @Wetzelstrom & Co! http://t.co/4a25X6BVX9 on 02 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  67. In coal power Shutting old coal power plants can reduce emissions sharply. 22% of Germany's conventional power plants are >40 years http://t.co/Iqxfp0qYGL on 30 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  68. In hydro Good move: Germany & Norway want to build a direct power link for $2.8 Billion. Conditions TBC http://t.co/zF6jwirnYR #grid #hydro #storage on 27 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  69. In solar energy More than 2/3 of German PV installers are now offering solar energy storage options to their customers. on 25 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  70. In solar pv Mexican retailer signs PPA for 31 MW of distributed solar PV systems http://t.co/HNyy4WN7Kb (SolarServer) on 25 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  71. In renewable energy Germany's economic performance is & has been strong. The expansion of renewable energy is a big part of this success. http://t.co/Dn0fhYcS9v on 24 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  72. In solar pv Highly recommended for you policy geeks out there: Evolution of German feed-in tariff for solar PV http://t.co/ApkyL9CFNL by @CEPR_Harvard on 23 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  73. In wind power Just cool RT @SiMcKeag: In Denmark, wind power has reached levels equivalent to 100% of electricity generation needs:http://t.co/rJ1w4vUaZ6 on 22 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  74. In wind power last month, solar and wind power dig into baseload, squeeze out even lignite coal in Germany. http://t.co/mPbs1i2qCm on 15 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  75. In nuclear power Ex-Japanese Prime Minister on How Fukushima Meltdown was Worse Than Chernobyl & Why He Now Opposes Nuclear Power http://t.co/BUZJ2kDIWO on 11 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  76. In renewable energy Projected jobs in Germany's renewable energy sector http://t.co/EYDYz7nNDK presented at #ADP2014 in Bonn via @UN_ClimateTalks on 11 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  77. In nuclear power In Japan, lights are still blazing, trains are running. Without nuclear power, without blackouts. One could think... http://t.co/d3TSKU33m2 on 08 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  78. In solar pv Germany meets 4.9% of electricity demand with solar PV in 2013 http://t.co/3gX576MmEl on 06 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  79. In nuclear power For most technologies (like cell phones, solar panels) prices drop over time. With nuclear power, it's the opposite: http://t.co/s4YaFcsoBJ on 22 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  80. In green jobs Green jobs with renewables! MT "@LangBanks: Record # of jobs in Scotland's renewables sector http://t.co/wtsR0aMMDv http://t.co/DpJZx2U8J8 on 22 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  81. In coal power Graphic: The (slow) death of U.S. coal http://t.co/NxPBwHOZx4 via @MLiebreich on 22 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  82. In nuclear power On average, German households pays 360 Euro per year to subsidize coal and nuclear power. Renewables: 220 Euro. (GER) http://t.co/elxK93J82w on 20 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  83. In solar pv A Tribute to Solar PV Pioneer Bill Yerkes http://t.co/jOwrJaLldR (GreentechMedia) on 18 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  84. In solar pv Hanwha Q-Cells, AGRenewables begin work on 24 MW UK solar PV plant http://t.co/uN5GuZfWdR (SolarServer) on 12 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  85. In nuclear power Czech Prime Minister is against price guarentees. Nuclear power project in turmoil. http://t.co/rymK6VfH7h" via @Diarmaidwill #Temelin on 08 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  86. In sustainable energy A German couple is trying to buy the Berlin electricity grid to move the city towards a sustainable energy strategy http://t.co/T0iAOyAklS on 05 February 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  87. In wind energy Guys, forget intermittency: Wind energy can boost grid reliability http://t.co/yaqg7giUdK on 26 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  88. In solar energy Japan enjoys solar energy boom as nearly 4GW of capacity comes online http://t.co/Yzt96u9nXM via @ekopolitan on 25 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  89. In renewable energy 7 Things IRENA Is Doing To Advance Renewable Energy http://t.co/tyMhfENjNZ (CleanTechnica) on 23 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  90. In nuclear power Go for it, Scotland! RT @NuclearUK Scotland's tidal energy potential is greater than a nuclear power plant: http://t.co/sbvosKGVpE on 21 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  91. In wind energy Wind energy expected to cover 98% of Danish national electricity consumption today: http://t.co/hOgPuHBWa3 RT @Sustainable2050 @Vision23 on 19 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  92. In nuclear power Then nuclear would be dead in Europe. RT @xpm_666: EU should impose that investors in nuclear power plants must pay with if disaster occurs on 19 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  93. In solar energy Impressive! New York Governor @ChrisCuomo Announces $1 Billion For Solar Energy http://t.co/rFfPer2MWQ on 10 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  94. In solar pv Q-Cells building additional solar PV module line at Malaysia factory http://t.co/sOkpH1azFe (SolarServer) on 09 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  95. In solar pv Germany meets 4.9% of electricity demand with solar PV in 2013 http://t.co/i48vlVv5L2 (SolarServer) on 07 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  96. In coal power In 2013, 1.3 GW of old coal power capacity was shut down in Germany. Over same time, 2.7GW of new coal came online. Via @Marlies_Uken on 07 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  97. In renewable energy Mmmh. @IEA has been underestimating growth of renewable energy for years. Quite far off: http://t.co/Kv5ozpH1ka Thanks @Isadora_Wronski on 06 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  98. In solar energy Leading German solar researcher: 'We are at the floodgates' of a solar energy boom http://t.co/AQfdSKpnVV via @dw_english on 29 December 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  99. In solar pv Harvesting the sun! RT "@SOLARLIFE: #Germany agricultural sector accounts for 20% of total installed #Solar PV http://t.co/5MaKTBAawJ on 28 December 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  100. In renewable energy cool stuff! RT @Zoido4Design Renewable energy modelkit on sale at Aldi-supermarkets in Germany before Christmas. http://t.co/CouomKnTDs on 14 December 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite