Germany's Effort at Clean Energy Proves Complex

The early stages of switching an entire nation's energy system from nuclear and fossil fuels to renewables are incredibly complex, as Germany is finding out. With a goal of switching to almost entirely solar and wind power by 2050, the nation's energy changes are for now leading to high prices, unexpected road bumps and some nervous stomachs. [New York Times]

The World Needs to Triple its Investments in Clean Energy Innovation

The world needs to triple its investments in clean energy research, suggests a new study by the Paris-based International Energy Agency. That's the bottom line if we're to have a chance of keeping a lid on global warming - to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. [Washington Post]

'Clean' Energy Jobs Growing Across Midwest

Clean energy jobs are blooming in the Midwest as demand rises for renewable energy, energy efficiency and alternative transportation. Across 12 central states, 569,000 people are now employed in clean energy businesses, a new report finds. [The Northwest Indiana Times]

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