China’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth and coal consumption have decoupled, suggesting a structural shift in Chinese economy.
This week the Indian court system handed down three landmark energy rulings, reaffirming one thing — it’s time to diversify away from coal.
China’s coal use dropped for the first time this century — while the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) actually grew.
Big data is paving way for mobile money, PAYG finance, and distributed solar being made accessible to rural poor of developing countries.
The world’s largest coal consumer has scrapped plans for an enormous coal power project over environment and air pollution concerns.
India is home to one of the world’s largest coal deposits, but it can’t mine coal fast enough let alone transport it where it needs to go.
The World Bank’s proposal to end coal financing should help pave the way for a decentralised clean energy ‘grid’ to eradicate fuel poverty.
In India, the shift to clean mobile ‘tower power’ is creating an opportunity to generate renewable ‘community power’ for the millions who lack electricity.
Indian National Green Tribunal revokes clearance for 1050MW coal plant, describes original approval as ‘smacking of non-application of mind.’
22 of the world’s leading off-grid clean energy entrepreneurs are demanding social bankability from the World Bank Group. Here’s why it’s an important step.