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Topic Activity:

  1. geothermal power 223, most recently on 19 December 2016
  2. hydro-electricity 184, most recently on 18 December 2016
  3. energy demand 131, most recently on 19 December 2016
  4. hydro power 115, most recently on 19 December 2016
  5. wind energy 77, most recently on 11 December 2016
  6. biomass 72, most recently on 27 November 2016
  7. sustainable energy 53, most recently on 17 December 2016
  8. wind power 41, most recently on 15 December 2016
  9. renewable energy 30, most recently on 18 December 2016
  10. solar energy 13, most recently on 03 December 2016
  11. geothermal energy 4, most recently on 17 September 2015
  12. nuclear power 3, most recently on 18 July 2012
  13. hydro 1, most recently on 17 February 2016
  14. energy conservation 1, most recently on 05 April 2016
  1. In energy demand Enough sunlight falls on the earth's surface every hour to meet world #energy demand for an entire year. https://t.co/dZ5AqcTkzo on 19 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  2. In hydro power #Hydro power currently provides about 10 percent of the electricity in the United States. #renewableenergy #energy https://t.co/dZ5AqcTkzo on 19 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  3. In geothermal power The first geothermal power plant opened in California in 1921. #renewableenergy https://t.co/dZ5AqcTkzo on 19 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  4. In renewable energy Energy is something we all need. #Renewable #energy is the present and our future! https://t.co/dZ5AqcTkzo on 18 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  5. In sustainable energy It is time for a sustainable energy policy which puts consumers, the environment, human health, and peace first. Dennis Kucinich #energy on 17 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  6. In wind power One #wind turbine can produce enough electricity to power up to 300 homes. #renewableenergy #energy https://t.co/dZ5AqcTkzo on 15 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  7. In wind power Of all forces of nature, I should think wind contains the largest amount of motive power that is, power to move things. Lincoln #renewables on 10 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  8. In wind energy The first modern #wind turbine was built in Vermont in the early 1940s. #renewableenergy #energy https://t.co/dZ5AqcTkzo on 09 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  9. In renewable energy Worldwide, #water is the most commonly used renewable energy resource, providing enough power to meet the needs of 28.3 million consumers. on 03 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  10. In wind energy An average #wind speed of 14 miles per hour is needed to convert wind energy into electricity. #renewableenergy #energy on 03 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  11. In solar energy More than 10,000 homes in the United States are powered entirely by #solar #energy. https://t.co/dZ5AqcTkzo on 03 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  12. In wind energy #Wind farms currently produce enough #electricity to meet the needs of more than 600,000 families in the USA #renewableenergy #energy on 02 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  13. In solar energy #Solar is from the Latin word for sun which is a powerful source of #energy https://t.co/ixzhw0Uo9p on 30 November 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  14. In biomass In Iowa and Wisconsin, #biomass #energy from landfills and dairy farms is being used to make electricity. #renewableenergy on 27 November 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  15. In renewable energy #Renewable #energy, excluding hydropower, will account for 28% of the overall growth of #electricity https://t.co/BTnpuvOxUw on 26 November 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  16. In renewable energy #Renewableenergy, excluding hydropower, will account for 28% of the overall growth of electricity https://t.co/BTnpuvOxUw #energy on 25 November 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite