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Across the globe — in regions, cities, communities, businesses, and individual lives — people are proving that 100% renewable energy is not a fantasy for someday, but a reality today. Each of us is part of the problem of dependence on conventional fuels and their harmful impacts on current and future generations. Each of us can also be part of the solution. Let's do it.

... Learn more about Renewable Energy Projects All Over the World

Mapped so far:  8 Countries, 47 Cities, 54 Regions, 8 Utilities, 21 NonProfit/Educational/Public Institutions, totaling more than 49.4 million people (and counting…) who have shifted or are committed to shifting within the next few decades to 100% renewable energy in at least one sector (e.g. electricity, transportation, heating/cooling). Click here to learn more.


Featured Projects from the Go 100% Map


  • August 7, 2014

    Schleswig-Holstein: 100+% Renewable Power

    100% Renewable Energy Goal Achieved: 100% Renewable Power Location: State of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Summary: Schleswig-Holstein, Germany's northernmost state, lies betw[more]

    Category: Projects in Europe

  • February 17, 2012

    City of Ithaca, NY

    100% Renewable Energy Goal Achieved: Municipality of Ithaca Purchases 100% Renewable Electricity Using Credit System Location:  Ithaca, NY Summary:  B[more]

    Category: Projects in North America

  • December 21, 2011

    Northwestern Region of China

    100% Renewable Energy Goal Achieved: Renewable Energy Development Project--Bringing 400,000 Solar PV Systems to Rural China Location:  Northwestern China (Qinghai, Gansu,[more]

    Category: Projects in Asia

  • Top News

    October 10, 2014

    Sweden’s incoming government edging out nuclear power

    Sweden may soon turn its back on nuclear power as the incoming Social Democrats and Green Party have announced a coalition agreement to phase out atomic power development, Swedish [more]

    Category: Europe - News

  • Media Archive

    January 29, 2011

    Home

    Directed by photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand and narrated by Glenn Close, HOME is  a unique film that approaches the current debate about climate change from a whole new angl[more]

    Category: Media-Environment

  • Latest Video

    Gil Friend,, Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Palo Alto. We met to talk about the city's 100% carbon neutral renewable energy achievement.

     

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