The next big international trade deals should focus on green growth.
Tag: "renewable energy"
A new study by an interdisciplinary group of scientists and economists has led to calls for more severe emissions cuts, and a tighter carbon budget.
CEO of Europe’s second largest utility says renewables to take biggest chunk of energy market and energy companies will need to get closer to customers.
A push to get Norway’s $720bn sovereign wealth fund to invest in renewable energy could have far-reaching effects on the global energy market.
How are Germany’s Eastern neighbors Poland and the Czech Republic reacting to the German renewable energy surge? Badly, but without sound evidence.
The two biggest solar thermal power plants in California that will be operating by the end of the year could power more than 200,000 homes in the Southwest.
South Africa has chosen 17 preferred bidders – most of them solar and wind – from 93 contenders in round three of its renewable energy tenders program.
Pro-solar energy state-level energy policies are arguably as strong right now as they’ve ever been across America.
Graphene solar cells are now one step closer to reality, thanks to a new discovery made by researchers at the HZB Institute for Silicon Photovoltaics.
A new study from UNSW questions whether paying coal fired generators to exit the electricity market is necessary or would reduce emissions as much as claimed. It suggests a better use of Direct Action funds would be to increase the deployment of renewables.