Despite looming policy uncertainty in the two most active markets, corporations globally purchased 5.4 gigawatts of clean power through long-term contracts, surpassing 2015’s record.
Green Bond issues expected to surpass $US100 billion for the first time in a single year in 2017.
Solar on U.S. homes and businesses will grow 10% a year, displacing $2 billion of grid-based power by 2025. But Australia leads the way.
The world’s biggest oil producers are starting to take electric vehicles seriously as a long-term threat.
Elon Musk says production of Model 3 will begin this Friday, and ramp up to 20,000 a month by December.
Tesla has begun taking orders for its transformative new solar roof, marking the final piece in Elon Musk’s vision for a grand unification of his clean-energy ambitions. Cost is key.
Tesla’s Elon Musk said the company will be offering no test drives or advertising for six to nine months for the Model 3.
White House says decision on remaining in Paris climate accord will be made by end of May, when world leaders gather for G7 Summit in Italy.
First-quarter decline in investment reflects partly falling cost of capital for renewables, allowing investors to install same capacity for less cash.
This week has been a big one for batteries and electric vehicles (EVs), both of which have been making headlines. And for wind and solar auctions.