Report from United Nations finds that current efforts to tackle climate change will only achieve half of the reduction in greenhouse gases required if world is to keep temperature increase below 2c.
Enfinity has partnered with Belgian railway infrastructure manager Infrabel to complete a solar power project on top of a rail tunnel along the highway E91 in Belgium.
The Malaysian bill on the Renewable Energy Act is slated to come into Parliament before the end of this year and into force by June next year. This includes the proposed feed-in tariffs for renewable energy.
The 663.5 megawatt (MW) Calico Solar project planned for California's Mojave desert has attained its approval from interior secretary Ken Salazar.
Chancellor George Osborne detailed the United Kingdom coalition government's Comprehensive Spending Review today. The feed-in tariffs will not be cut.
Nanotechnology firm Innovalight has signed a three year commercial agreement to supply Solarfun Power Holdings.
The UK equity group Terra Firma has purchased Rete Rinnovabile (RTR), a subsidiary of Italy's Terna Firma for a sum between 620 and 670 million euros.
Oerlikon Solar announced today its latest customer order from Hunan Gongchuang Photovoltaic Science and Technology company.
Solar Frontier announced today that it has signed a deal with IBM to jointly develop thin film technology based on copper, zinc, tin, sulfur and selenium (CZTS).
Texas-based Fluor Corporation has announced that it has been selected by the South African Department of Energy to perform a study for a potential solar park development in Northern Cape.
GMR Infrastructure has received its approval from the Gujarat government to develop a 25 megawatt solar plant in the north western state in India.
Yingli Green Energy Holding announced the plan to expand its projects further by adding another 700 megawatts (MWs) capacity to its Baoding headquarters and in the Hainan Province in China.
Four years ago, California passed the most aggressive global warming bill in the United States, setting a goal of reducing carbon emissions by 25 percent to 1990 levels by 2020 and to 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050. Now...
Cautious optimism prevailed at the Solar Power International this year in Los Angeles. The show closed its doors last night.
India is ahead of its intital target for solar power. The ambitious Solar Mission plan issued last year seems to be hitting the right numbers.
The company announced today that it plans to build two new four-line manufacturing plants. This is to boost the company's annual manufacturing capacity by nearly 500 MW.
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