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OWOE - Our World of Energy
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New information resource added - Updated: 2022-08-12
This action tracker shows the progress, or lack thereof, in 10 areas that are critical to the planet achieving net zero emissions by 2050, and cutting emissions in half by 2030.

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Version 5.0 release - Updated: 2022-07-07
Version 5.0 of the OWOE Platform Sizing Tool includes sizing algorithms for fixed mono-pile wind platforms.

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New information resource added - Updated: 2022-05-25
The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee (REEEAC) provides recommendations regarding the development and administration of programs and policies to expand the competitiveness of U.S. exports of renewable energy and energy efficiency goods and services.

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Updated content - Updated: 2022-05-24
Updated status of the Orbital O2 tidal energy vessel that was installed off Orkney, Scotland in July 2021.

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Updated topic - Updated: 2022-05-24
The topic has been updated to include information on the record-setting efficiency of a new solar pv cell from the NREL and the Best Research Cell Efficiencies chart from the NREL.

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New fun fact added - Updated: 2022-05-23
n 2015 Iceland was the world's largest clean energy producer per capita with 100% of its electricity produced by renewables and 95% of its heating produced by geothermal energy.

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New fun fact added - Updated: 2022-05-23
The Bath County Pumped Storage Station in Virginia was once called the "largest battery in the world". This pumped storage hydroelectric power plant was completed in 1985 and has a maximum generation capability of 3003 MW, with a total storage capacity of 24,000 MWh. This compares to the largest battery storage facility in the world (as of 2021), the Moss Landing Energy Storage Facility, at 1,600 MWh.

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