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Path to 100% Blueprint

The Path to 100% is a community of experts willing to share research and ideas to put cities, states, regions, territories and countries on the path to achieve clean power goals. The content on this site is designed to assist with the exchange of information and to keep lines of communication open as we help Read more →

Path to 100% Renewables for California

The Path to 100% is a community of experts willing to share research and ideas to put cities, states, regions, territories and countries on the path to achieve clean power goals. The content on this site is designed to assist with the exchange of information and to keep lines of communication open as we help Read more →

Charting the course to 100% Renewables in Hawaii

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The path towards a 100% renewable energy future

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Amazon Backs 26 Green Projects in Drive to Renewable Energy

Amazon.com Inc. made an announcement in December to say it was backing 26 new wind and solar utility projects around the globe, a massive investment that the company said made it the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy. The retail and technology company said the utility-scale projects, located in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Sweden, the U.K. and the U.S., would have the capacity to produce 3.4 gigawatts of electricity. Read more →