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  1. renewable energy 7, most recently on 17 January 2017
  2. solar energy 5, most recently on 08 November 2013
  3. nuclear power 4, most recently on 08 May 2014
  4. wind power 2, most recently on 08 June 2013
  5. carbon trading 2, most recently on 18 April 2013
  6. energy demand 2, most recently on 12 November 2013
  7. carbon emissions 2, most recently on 23 September 2014
  8. wind energy 1, most recently on 17 August 2013
  9. store energy 1, most recently on 05 December 2011
  10. electricity supply 1, most recently on 13 April 2014
  11. nuclear energy 1, most recently on 08 March 2012
  12. oil spill 1, most recently on 11 February 2013
  1. In renewable energy Cities around the world could tap much more renewable energy https://t.co/SySWZdhxSg on 17 January 2017 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  2. In carbon emissions How to cut carbon emissions: expanding the Montreal Protocol would be the quickest way by far http://t.co/LTmX27s53D http://t.co/ivUzmeDFKv on 23 September 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  3. In nuclear power You are "100% right" but "nobody is listening". Taiwan's president abandons nuclear power after street protests http://t.co/EF96vUex8x on 08 May 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  4. In nuclear power Nobody wants nuclear plants in their backyard. So why not put them out to sea? http://t.co/9p7s3qaZJc http://t.co/qHeQYZ5Cag on 01 May 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  5. In electricity supply Thorium, an element named after the Norse god of thunder, may soon contribute to the world's electricity supply http://t.co/zirap0ZmcT on 13 April 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  6. In renewable energy Every renewable energy project comes with its own complex set of competing environmental concerns http://t.co/FQG7zCtUhI on 01 March 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  7. In renewable energy Why is renewable energy so expensive? http://t.co/zhsfEAnkYf http://t.co/1DgDPK2dhs on 06 January 2014 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  8. In energy demand Today's #Dailychart shows that energy demand shifts further east. View full chart via http://t.co/lUlY0s8U2m http://t.co/8Lwc9pG3g6 on 12 November 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  9. In solar energy Our debate on solar energy has reached its conclusion. View the result and comment via http://t.co/tliPfHPDTT on 08 November 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  10. In solar energy Our debate over whether solar energy will ever be a viable technology has reached the closing stage. Vote and comment http://t.co/AKu8hju4IN on 06 November 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  11. In solar energy Can solar energy save the world? Our debate has reached the rebuttal stage. Vote and comment via http://t.co/tYNAE4XYfR on 01 November 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  12. In solar energy Our new debate is now open. Can solar energy save the world? Vote and comment via: http://t.co/DuPSHqI0Sm on 29 October 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  13. In renewable energy European utilities may eventually get more serious about renewable energy, but at the moment change is slow http://t.co/qNdX43gLsw on 11 October 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  14. In solar energy The business of promoting solar energy in the developing world has become a lot brighter http://t.co/eBRN21jHOb http://t.co/JHEfgQgJ1y on 08 October 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  15. In renewable energy Negative wholesale prices for electricity have become more common in Europe as countries turn to renewable energy http://t.co/8MWA2I9dDq on 06 September 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  16. In wind energy On August 12th IBM unveiled HyREF, which is meant to make it easier to incorporate wind energy into the grid http://t.co/SFdeonJB4f on 17 August 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  17. In nuclear power Our #Dailychart shows nuclear power's role in electricity production is continuing to decline, despite new reactors http://t.co/QjHfO0mADD on 25 July 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  18. In carbon emissions On June 18th, China became the latest and largest country to trade carbon emissions http://t.co/BoYYbb93zl on 20 June 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  19. In energy demand Global consumption of primary energy has grown by 30% over the past decade http://t.co/lFdNTGIxPH on 17 June 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  20. In wind power Wind power in America is doing well, but it still relies on irregular and short-term subsidies http://t.co/b5M9eChDTh on 08 June 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  21. In carbon trading After a recent vote environmentalists fear that the whole edifice of European climate policy could start to crumble http://t.co/lgAXAvIRMs on 18 April 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  22. In renewable energy From sticks to pellets to sawdust, wood accounts for about half of Europe's renewable-energy consumption http://t.co/c0CPdeG956 on 07 April 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  23. In carbon trading Europe's emissions-trading system, a carbon cap-and-trade scheme, survived a near-death experience on February 19th http://t.co/9cZhT6lirY on 21 February 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  24. In wind power Researchers are exploiting wind power to enhance the capabilities of unmanned aircraft, especially small drones http://t.co/g611tRle on 12 February 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  25. In oil spill A civil trial, set to begin on February 25th in New Orleans, will apportion blame for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill http://t.co/s1MbrZ6k on 11 February 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  26. In nuclear power Bangladesh may soon be the seventh Asian country with an operational nuclear power plant http://t.co/IUVKCNUq on 06 February 2013 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  27. In renewable energy A new book gives an examination of the economics of renewable energy http://t.co/W6FxSpQ8 on 22 October 2012 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  28. In nuclear energy This week's cover preview: Nuclear energy. The dream that failed. March 10th - 16th 2012 http://t.co/OLZPD1o6 on 08 March 2012 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  29. In store energy After many twists and turns, flywheels are finding a new role as an efficient way to store energy in hybrid vehicles http://t.co/C5rg5pEp on 05 December 2011 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite