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Ass, Bad, and Dinosaur: did you know? Scientists invented fabric that makes electricity from motion and sunlight. To create the fabric, researchers at Georgia Tech wove together solar cell fibers with materials that generate power from movement. It could be used in "tents, curtains, or wearable garments," meaning we'd virtually never be without power. PHOTO: GEORGIA TECH DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM ghostsonthewisconsinriver: trapqueenkoopa: aspiringwarriorlibrarian: greaseonmymouth: mllemusketeer: inushiek: deniedmysign: scarletgoldenthorn: fridjitzu: did-you-kno: Scientists invented fabric that makes electricity from motion and sunlight. To create the fabric, researchers at Georgia Tech wove together solar cell fibers with materials that generate power from movement. It could be used in “tents, curtains, or wearable garments,” meaning we’d virtually never be without power. Source Y'all are fucking idiots. Clean energy will NEVER be enough to replace the energy we have now. We’d have to tear down DOZENS of forests just to fit enough windmills and solar panels to get even a QUARTER (probably less, tbh) of the energy we can produce now. Yeah, sure, when they’ve already calculated that a few square miles of panels in the empty ass Arizona desert could power the whole nation. But ok, fracking and the diminishing petroleum supply is worlds better. Nevermind that windmills are often most efficient off the coast. There they take up no land, impact no trees, don’t pollute the water, and are conveniently located where winds are often strongest anyway. And solar panels can literally be built into roofs of buildings and in empty areas like deserts. The sun strikes the Earth with the same amount of energy in an hour that our civilization uses in a year. But yeah, it would be impossible for us to ever have enough energy from clean sources. Durr hurr technology is bad and I would rather light shit on fire than have clean energy I can also testify to the Arizona desert being empty ass. And the California desert. And the Nevada desert.  also…no forests were cleared to make space for Denmark’s windmills and yet they regularly produce so much power that it covers almost all of the country’s power needs. Oh, and then there’s the times when the windmills generate 140% of Denmark’s power needs. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/10/denmark-wind-windfarm-power-exceed-electricity-demand Friendly reminder that oil pipelines are a scam. The fact that anyone can believe a limited amount of dinosaur oil is more plentiful and efficient than moving air or fucking sunlight is proof that entire populations can be completely brainwashed. also, even if we can’t get ALL our energy from renewables (at least not immediately as there is a large initial investment required), even a partial replacement of the vast amount of fossil fuels we use would be a fantastic place to start reducing impacts. just because you can’t do everything immediately doesn’t mean there is no reason to start. the real reason that fossil fuels aren’t being replaced with renewables right now is so that the oil companies and shit can still make profits. its disgusting
Ass, Bad, and Dinosaur: did you know?
 Scientists invented fabric that makes
 electricity from motion and sunlight.
 To create the fabric, researchers at
 Georgia Tech wove together solar
 cell fibers with materials that generate
 power from movement. It could be
 used in "tents, curtains, or wearable
 garments," meaning we'd virtually
 never be without power.
 PHOTO: GEORGIA TECH
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
ghostsonthewisconsinriver:

trapqueenkoopa:

aspiringwarriorlibrarian:

greaseonmymouth:

mllemusketeer:

inushiek:

deniedmysign:

scarletgoldenthorn:

fridjitzu:

did-you-kno:

Scientists invented fabric that makes 
electricity from motion and sunlight. 
To create the fabric, researchers at 
Georgia Tech wove together solar 
cell fibers with materials that generate 
power from movement. It could be 
used in “tents, curtains, or wearable 
garments,” meaning we’d virtually 
never be without power.  Source




Y'all are fucking idiots. Clean energy will NEVER be enough to replace the energy we have now. We’d have to tear down DOZENS of forests just to fit enough windmills and solar panels to get even a QUARTER (probably less, tbh) of the energy we can produce now.

Yeah, sure, when they’ve already calculated that a few square miles of panels in the empty ass Arizona desert could power the whole nation. But ok, fracking and the diminishing petroleum supply is worlds better.


Nevermind that windmills are often most efficient off the coast. There they take up no land, impact no trees, don’t pollute the water, and are conveniently located where winds are often strongest anyway.
And solar panels can literally be built into roofs of buildings and in empty areas like deserts. The sun strikes the Earth with the same amount of energy in an hour that our civilization uses in a year. 
But yeah, it would be impossible for us to ever have enough energy from clean sources.
Durr hurr technology is bad and I would rather light shit on fire than have clean energy

I can also testify to the Arizona desert being empty ass. And the California desert. And the Nevada desert. 


also…no forests were cleared to make space for Denmark’s windmills and yet they regularly produce so much power that it covers almost all of the country’s power needs. Oh, and then there’s the times when the windmills generate 140% of Denmark’s power needs. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/10/denmark-wind-windfarm-power-exceed-electricity-demand

Friendly reminder that oil pipelines are a scam.

The fact that anyone can believe a limited amount of dinosaur oil is more plentiful and efficient than moving air or fucking sunlight is proof that entire populations can be completely brainwashed.

also, even if we can’t get ALL our energy from renewables (at least not immediately as there is a large initial investment required), even a partial replacement of the vast amount of fossil fuels we use would be a fantastic place to start reducing impacts. just because you can’t do everything immediately doesn’t mean there is no reason to start. the real reason that fossil fuels aren’t being replaced with renewables right now is so that the oil companies and shit can still make profits. its disgusting

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Ass, Bad, and Dinosaur: did you know? Scientists invented fabric that makes electricity from motion and sunlight. To create the fabric, researchers at Georgia Tech wove together solar cell fibers with materials that generate power from movement. It could be used in "tents, curtains, or wearable garments," meaning we'd virtually never be without power. PHOTO: GEORGIA TECH DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM ghostsonthewisconsinriver: trapqueenkoopa: aspiringwarriorlibrarian: greaseonmymouth: mllemusketeer: inushiek: deniedmysign: scarletgoldenthorn: fridjitzu: did-you-kno: Scientists invented fabric that makes electricity from motion and sunlight. To create the fabric, researchers at Georgia Tech wove together solar cell fibers with materials that generate power from movement. It could be used in “tents, curtains, or wearable garments,” meaning we’d virtually never be without power. Source Y'all are fucking idiots. Clean energy will NEVER be enough to replace the energy we have now. We’d have to tear down DOZENS of forests just to fit enough windmills and solar panels to get even a QUARTER (probably less, tbh) of the energy we can produce now. Yeah, sure, when they’ve already calculated that a few square miles of panels in the empty ass Arizona desert could power the whole nation. But ok, fracking and the diminishing petroleum supply is worlds better. Nevermind that windmills are often most efficient off the coast. There they take up no land, impact no trees, don’t pollute the water, and are conveniently located where winds are often strongest anyway. And solar panels can literally be built into roofs of buildings and in empty areas like deserts. The sun strikes the Earth with the same amount of energy in an hour that our civilization uses in a year. But yeah, it would be impossible for us to ever have enough energy from clean sources. Durr hurr technology is bad and I would rather light shit on fire than have clean energy I can also testify to the Arizona desert being empty ass. And the California desert. And the Nevada desert.  also…no forests were cleared to make space for Denmark’s windmills and yet they regularly produce so much power that it covers almost all of the country’s power needs. Oh, and then there’s the times when the windmills generate 140% of Denmark’s power needs. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/10/denmark-wind-windfarm-power-exceed-electricity-demand Friendly reminder that oil pipelines are a scam. The fact that anyone can believe a limited amount of dinosaur oil is more plentiful and efficient than moving air or fucking sunlight is proof that entire populations can be completely brainwashed. also, even if we can’t get ALL our energy from renewables (at least not immediately as there is a large initial investment required), even a partial replacement of the vast amount of fossil fuels we use would be a fantastic place to start reducing impacts. just because you can’t do everything immediately doesn’t mean there is no reason to start. the real reason that fossil fuels aren’t being replaced with renewables right now is so that the oil companies and shit can still make profits. its disgusting Its 2018, bitches!
Ass, Bad, and Dinosaur: did you know?
 Scientists invented fabric that makes
 electricity from motion and sunlight.
 To create the fabric, researchers at
 Georgia Tech wove together solar
 cell fibers with materials that generate
 power from movement. It could be
 used in "tents, curtains, or wearable
 garments," meaning we'd virtually
 never be without power.
 PHOTO: GEORGIA TECH
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
ghostsonthewisconsinriver:

trapqueenkoopa:

aspiringwarriorlibrarian:

greaseonmymouth:

mllemusketeer:

inushiek:

deniedmysign:

scarletgoldenthorn:

fridjitzu:

did-you-kno:

Scientists invented fabric that makes 
electricity from motion and sunlight. 
To create the fabric, researchers at 
Georgia Tech wove together solar 
cell fibers with materials that generate 
power from movement. It could be 
used in “tents, curtains, or wearable 
garments,” meaning we’d virtually 
never be without power.  Source




Y'all are fucking idiots. Clean energy will NEVER be enough to replace the energy we have now. We’d have to tear down DOZENS of forests just to fit enough windmills and solar panels to get even a QUARTER (probably less, tbh) of the energy we can produce now.

Yeah, sure, when they’ve already calculated that a few square miles of panels in the empty ass Arizona desert could power the whole nation. But ok, fracking and the diminishing petroleum supply is worlds better.


Nevermind that windmills are often most efficient off the coast. There they take up no land, impact no trees, don’t pollute the water, and are conveniently located where winds are often strongest anyway.
And solar panels can literally be built into roofs of buildings and in empty areas like deserts. The sun strikes the Earth with the same amount of energy in an hour that our civilization uses in a year. 
But yeah, it would be impossible for us to ever have enough energy from clean sources.
Durr hurr technology is bad and I would rather light shit on fire than have clean energy

I can also testify to the Arizona desert being empty ass. And the California desert. And the Nevada desert. 


also…no forests were cleared to make space for Denmark’s windmills and yet they regularly produce so much power that it covers almost all of the country’s power needs. Oh, and then there’s the times when the windmills generate 140% of Denmark’s power needs. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/10/denmark-wind-windfarm-power-exceed-electricity-demand

Friendly reminder that oil pipelines are a scam.

The fact that anyone can believe a limited amount of dinosaur oil is more plentiful and efficient than moving air or fucking sunlight is proof that entire populations can be completely brainwashed.

also, even if we can’t get ALL our energy from renewables (at least not immediately as there is a large initial investment required), even a partial replacement of the vast amount of fossil fuels we use would be a fantastic place to start reducing impacts. just because you can’t do everything immediately doesn’t mean there is no reason to start. the real reason that fossil fuels aren’t being replaced with renewables right now is so that the oil companies and shit can still make profits. its disgusting

Its 2018, bitches!

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Energy, Memes, and Pressure: U.S. Bank Becomes First Major Bank to Stop Financing Pipeline Construction se EcoWatch.com- USBank has become the first major bank in the U.S. to formally exclude gas and oil pipelines from their project financing. This groundbreaking change to their Environmental Responsibility Policy was publicly announced at the annual shareholders meeting in Nashville in April. In addition to no longer providing "project financing for the construction of oil or natural gas pipelines," the bank has stated that relationships with their clients in the oil & gas industries will be subject to "enhanced due diligence processes." As recently as March 2017, U.S. Bank has renewed commitments with Energy Transfer Partners, the company constructing the DakotaAccessPipeline, & with Enbridge Energy, whose pipelines operate within Minnesota. However, advocates are hopeful that the bank's newly released policy will limit other kinds of financing relationships with these industries. This move comes after ongoing pressure on U.S. Bank locally from MN350 & from the Minnesotans for a Fair Economy coalition, & on banks nationally from indigenous groups including Honor the Earth, the Indigenous Environmental Network & the Dakota Access resistance movement. Beginning in 2015, a regional partnership of climate, labor & indigenousrights advocates has urged that U.S. Bank divest from fossil fuels, in particular from Enbridge Energy, & move its financing into the clean energy economy. Local actions have included letter-writing, account closures & social media campaigns. In response, in May 2016 the bank made changes to their Environmental Policy restricting lending to coal. A national & international campaign pressuring banks to divest has been highly successful, pulling nearly $4.5 billion from financiers, & a newly launched coalition effort called Mazaska Talks has expanded this effort. "Confronting the climate crisis requires boldness, urgency & innovation," said Dr. Emily Swanson, a member of MN350. "While there is more to be done, we are hopeful U.S. Bank can continue to act as an industry leader & as an ally for creating a more sustainable economy." NoDAPL ™@divestla
Energy, Memes, and Pressure: U.S. Bank Becomes First
 Major Bank to Stop Financing
 Pipeline Construction
 se
EcoWatch.com- USBank has become the first major bank in the U.S. to formally exclude gas and oil pipelines from their project financing. This groundbreaking change to their Environmental Responsibility Policy was publicly announced at the annual shareholders meeting in Nashville in April. In addition to no longer providing "project financing for the construction of oil or natural gas pipelines," the bank has stated that relationships with their clients in the oil & gas industries will be subject to "enhanced due diligence processes." As recently as March 2017, U.S. Bank has renewed commitments with Energy Transfer Partners, the company constructing the DakotaAccessPipeline, & with Enbridge Energy, whose pipelines operate within Minnesota. However, advocates are hopeful that the bank's newly released policy will limit other kinds of financing relationships with these industries. This move comes after ongoing pressure on U.S. Bank locally from MN350 & from the Minnesotans for a Fair Economy coalition, & on banks nationally from indigenous groups including Honor the Earth, the Indigenous Environmental Network & the Dakota Access resistance movement. Beginning in 2015, a regional partnership of climate, labor & indigenousrights advocates has urged that U.S. Bank divest from fossil fuels, in particular from Enbridge Energy, & move its financing into the clean energy economy. Local actions have included letter-writing, account closures & social media campaigns. In response, in May 2016 the bank made changes to their Environmental Policy restricting lending to coal. A national & international campaign pressuring banks to divest has been highly successful, pulling nearly $4.5 billion from financiers, & a newly launched coalition effort called Mazaska Talks has expanded this effort. "Confronting the climate crisis requires boldness, urgency & innovation," said Dr. Emily Swanson, a member of MN350. "While there is more to be done, we are hopeful U.S. Bank can continue to act as an industry leader & as an ally for creating a more sustainable economy." NoDAPL ™@divestla

EcoWatch.com- USBank has become the first major bank in the U.S. to formally exclude gas and oil pipelines from their project financing. Thi...

Driving, Energy, and Fall: WIND SPILL SOLAR SPILL OIL SPILL LIKE & SHARE IF IT'S TIME TO SWITCH TO RENEWABLE ENERGY THEFREETHOUGHTPROJECT.COM 💭 DID YOU KNOW? Solar & Wind Jobs Grew 12 Times Faster Than The US Economy!!! 💭 REPORT: (link to article in our bio) In yet another indication that the clean energy revolution is well underway, a new report finds that solar and wind jobs are growing 12 times as fast as rest of the U.S. economy. These jobs have grown by about 20 percent annually in recent years. . The report from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) notes that renewable energy jobs, totaling about 769,000 by the end of 2015, experienced “a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 6% since 2012,” while “fossil fuel extraction and support services slumped, with a -4.25% CAGR over the same period.” . Market forces are driving this phenomenon, due to dramatic reductions in manufacturing and installation costs, coupled with stagnant demand for oil and coal. Unsubsidized solar is now as cheap as coal and natural gas and even wind in emerging markets, and solar prices will continue to rapidly fall. . What’s more, these renewable energy jobs cannot be outsourced due to their on-site nature and they pay above average wages.... . - Continued - . 💭 Read the FULL Report: (link in bio) http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-report-solar-wind-energy-jobs- 💭 Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 TheFreeThoughtProject BigOil Solar NoDAPL 💭 LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... 💭 www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com
Driving, Energy, and Fall: WIND SPILL
 SOLAR SPILL
 OIL SPILL
 LIKE & SHARE IF IT'S TIME TO SWITCH TO RENEWABLE ENERGY
 THEFREETHOUGHTPROJECT.COM
💭 DID YOU KNOW? Solar & Wind Jobs Grew 12 Times Faster Than The US Economy!!! 💭 REPORT: (link to article in our bio) In yet another indication that the clean energy revolution is well underway, a new report finds that solar and wind jobs are growing 12 times as fast as rest of the U.S. economy. These jobs have grown by about 20 percent annually in recent years. . The report from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) notes that renewable energy jobs, totaling about 769,000 by the end of 2015, experienced “a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 6% since 2012,” while “fossil fuel extraction and support services slumped, with a -4.25% CAGR over the same period.” . Market forces are driving this phenomenon, due to dramatic reductions in manufacturing and installation costs, coupled with stagnant demand for oil and coal. Unsubsidized solar is now as cheap as coal and natural gas and even wind in emerging markets, and solar prices will continue to rapidly fall. . What’s more, these renewable energy jobs cannot be outsourced due to their on-site nature and they pay above average wages.... . - Continued - . 💭 Read the FULL Report: (link in bio) http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-report-solar-wind-energy-jobs- 💭 Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 TheFreeThoughtProject BigOil Solar NoDAPL 💭 LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... 💭 www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com

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Animals, Beautiful, and Food: Life is a cycle don't worry about death Schakabars You will be back again and again and I was here once before, I am sure of it. Things were different then, harmony with nature. Less chaos and destruction, I mean it happened but not on the same scale that it is happening now. There were many more trees and the breeze didn't carry the pollution of burning fossil fuels. We took what we needed but when we chopped trees, we replanted. We worked with the animals, there was plenty food for all. Nobody was rich, well not the riches of men with sick minds, but the richness of the spirit, we were our souls, they were kind. That why I am not afraid of death... It there was life before, then there must be life after. Scientists can't explain what creates consciousness, or why. Yet we know that it exists. I am scared of not making a beautiful difference to people's lives. I used to think that it was just my ego, that my passion for others was just because I wanted to become popular for the sake of it. It's deeper than that. It's something in our DNA that makes us beautiful. Nobody need say it... It's difficult to explain to those who haven't found their purpose. I don't preach, only lead by example and teach. Yet we can't teach a soul anything, we can only help them discover it within themselves, I am not a teacher, I am an awakener. I've always wanted to help others because it gives me a feeling in my gut, in my head and my chest... Like no other. Better than sex (not love making as that's pretty awesome) Better than getting money Better than watching and playing sports Better than receiving gifts It's an overwhelming sense of "F*ck, I've just made a difference to another soul." Not the "blow a country up and then start a charity" type of difference, because we all know that is pseudo intellect. But the "I could die happy right now, knowing that I did my best and my soul is being carried by the souls of others, from this world into the next. chakabars
Animals, Beautiful, and Food: Life is a cycle don't worry about death
 Schakabars
 You will be back again and again and
I was here once before, I am sure of it. Things were different then, harmony with nature. Less chaos and destruction, I mean it happened but not on the same scale that it is happening now. There were many more trees and the breeze didn't carry the pollution of burning fossil fuels. We took what we needed but when we chopped trees, we replanted. We worked with the animals, there was plenty food for all. Nobody was rich, well not the riches of men with sick minds, but the richness of the spirit, we were our souls, they were kind. That why I am not afraid of death... It there was life before, then there must be life after. Scientists can't explain what creates consciousness, or why. Yet we know that it exists. I am scared of not making a beautiful difference to people's lives. I used to think that it was just my ego, that my passion for others was just because I wanted to become popular for the sake of it. It's deeper than that. It's something in our DNA that makes us beautiful. Nobody need say it... It's difficult to explain to those who haven't found their purpose. I don't preach, only lead by example and teach. Yet we can't teach a soul anything, we can only help them discover it within themselves, I am not a teacher, I am an awakener. I've always wanted to help others because it gives me a feeling in my gut, in my head and my chest... Like no other. Better than sex (not love making as that's pretty awesome) Better than getting money Better than watching and playing sports Better than receiving gifts It's an overwhelming sense of "F*ck, I've just made a difference to another soul." Not the "blow a country up and then start a charity" type of difference, because we all know that is pseudo intellect. But the "I could die happy right now, knowing that I did my best and my soul is being carried by the souls of others, from this world into the next. chakabars

I was here once before, I am sure of it. Things were different then, harmony with nature. Less chaos and destruction, I mean it happened but...

Memes, Amsterdam, and Denmark: All electric trains in the Netherlands are now 1oo% wind-powered !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!IHI!!!!!! ns ni groemetre in @seek the trut ScienceAlert.com- The Netherland's national railway company, NS, has announced that all of its electric passenger trains are now 100 percent powered by wind energy. NS first announced their target for a wind-powered train fleet back in 2015, but they've hit their target a year earlier than planned - way ahead of their 2018 goal. "Since 1 January, 100 percent of our trains are running on windenergy," said NS spokesman, Ton Boon, in a press release sent to the AFP. "So we in fact reached our goal a year earlier than planned." In 2015, NS partnered with Dutch electricity company Eneco. Their goal was getting NS's entire electric train fleet wind-powered by January 2018. Half of the fleet was already wind-powered, but in order to get the entire system away from fossil fuels, they needed to either build more local wind farms or buy in wind energy from neighbouring countries, such as Denmark. But thanks to an increase in the number of wind farms around the country, and off the coast of the Netherlands, the collaboration has achieved that target early. According to a joint NS and Eneco website, around 600,000 passengers every day are now travelling thanks to wind energy. The Dutch have a long history with wind energy, and have been using windmills to drain water and mill grain since the 17th and 18th centuries. But now the nation is using more sophisticated wind turbines to generate electricity. According to Eneco and NS, one windmill running for an hour can power a train for around 200 km (120 miles). And although trains are usually thought of as pretty environmentally friendly compared to fuel-heavy cars, the NS fleet annually consumes 1.2 billion kWh of wind energy from Eneco - equivalent to the amount of electricity consumed by all households in Amsterdam in a year. "Mobility is responsible for 20 percent of CO2 emissions in the Netherlands, and if we want to keep travelling, it is important that we do this without burdening the environment with CO2 and particulate matter," Eneco account manager Michel Kerkhof told Railway Technology back in 2015. renewableenergy
Memes, Amsterdam, and Denmark: All electric trains in the
 Netherlands are now 1oo%
 wind-powered
 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!IHI!!!!!!
 ns ni groemetre in
 @seek the trut
ScienceAlert.com- The Netherland's national railway company, NS, has announced that all of its electric passenger trains are now 100 percent powered by wind energy. NS first announced their target for a wind-powered train fleet back in 2015, but they've hit their target a year earlier than planned - way ahead of their 2018 goal. "Since 1 January, 100 percent of our trains are running on windenergy," said NS spokesman, Ton Boon, in a press release sent to the AFP. "So we in fact reached our goal a year earlier than planned." In 2015, NS partnered with Dutch electricity company Eneco. Their goal was getting NS's entire electric train fleet wind-powered by January 2018. Half of the fleet was already wind-powered, but in order to get the entire system away from fossil fuels, they needed to either build more local wind farms or buy in wind energy from neighbouring countries, such as Denmark. But thanks to an increase in the number of wind farms around the country, and off the coast of the Netherlands, the collaboration has achieved that target early. According to a joint NS and Eneco website, around 600,000 passengers every day are now travelling thanks to wind energy. The Dutch have a long history with wind energy, and have been using windmills to drain water and mill grain since the 17th and 18th centuries. But now the nation is using more sophisticated wind turbines to generate electricity. According to Eneco and NS, one windmill running for an hour can power a train for around 200 km (120 miles). And although trains are usually thought of as pretty environmentally friendly compared to fuel-heavy cars, the NS fleet annually consumes 1.2 billion kWh of wind energy from Eneco - equivalent to the amount of electricity consumed by all households in Amsterdam in a year. "Mobility is responsible for 20 percent of CO2 emissions in the Netherlands, and if we want to keep travelling, it is important that we do this without burdening the environment with CO2 and particulate matter," Eneco account manager Michel Kerkhof told Railway Technology back in 2015. renewableenergy

ScienceAlert.com- The Netherland's national railway company, NS, has announced that all of its electric passenger trains are now 100 percent...