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Making Waves

Coastal cities can harness ocean tides to generate electricity. Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy has one of the largest tidal power plants in the world. Unlike other renewable power sources, the tides move day and night, 365 days a year, making tidal energy steady and reliable.

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Fans of Clean Energy

After the installation of 365 wind turbines, the Lake Turkana Wind Power project in Kenya will be the largest wind farm in Africa, and will be able to supply 20% of the country’s currently installed power needs. Dow is making wind power more efficient by building blades that are lighter and stronger.

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Getting Some Sun

Freiburg, Germany uses photovoltaic technology to convert the sun’s energy into 4 times the amount of electricity the city consumes. The city feeds all that excess energy back into the grid, powering neighboring towns and businesses.

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Efficiency Smells So Sweet

The Dow plant in Dalton, GA, uses captured methane from a local landfill to power manufacturing. This process reduces emissions by 27 million pounds of carbon dioxide per year - the equivalent of keeping 2,300 cars off the road.

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