The oil industry is spreading cheeriness about unconventional sources, meanwhile, a major US oil-pipe spill went largely unreported over Easter.
Germany’s energy transformation has led to a democratisation of economic power unprecedented in the industrial world.
A $500m green bond offer by Korea’s Export-Import Bank – a world first – employs the big guns of capitalism to finance cleantech projects.
Is the Suntech bankruptcy a sign of chaos in China’s solar industry, or are we witnessing the birth pangs of a capitalist industry?
Australia’s energy White Paper points to a future of digging stuff up and burning it. The contrast with China’s outlook couldn’t be starker.
The message for countries looking to develop solar systems is clear: the costs of solar PV are falling by around 45 per cent per year.
Australia knows how to stage events, so why can’t it build a large solar farm? Blame a lack of political will.
Increasingly, efforts to green the current fossil-fuelled industrial system will have to focus at the city level for real solutions – technological and financial.
Why has Denmark been so successful in renewable energy creation and uptake? It isn’t just that Denmark is a windy place.
South Korea is certain to make concentrating solar power central to its ambitious new green growth industrial strategy. Meanwhile, in Australia…