India state works on renewable energy policy that would see 5,000MW of solar power and 4,000MW of wind energy installed by 2019.
Project developers in Brazil have offered to sell electricity from a total of 1,034 projects with a cumulative capacity of almost 26,300 MW.
A solar rooftop policy mastered by Indian Prime Minister Modi in his home state of Gujarat is set to be replicated across the country.
India’s National Hydro Power Corporation plans a 50MW floating solar PV project for water bodies in the southern state of Kerala.
The largest democratic process in the world – the election of a new leader in India – has kicked off with the major political parties, and a newcomer, addressing the issue of renewable energy.
India reveals plans to set up 5,000MW capacity in Ladakh and 2,500MW capacity in Kargil in the nation’s north.
The UK’s wind energy projects generated more electricity in December than in any month before that, breaking the previous generation record of October 2013.
The Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius has taken another step towards energy independence, signing new agreements for wind and solar power.
The Indian Railways has plans to use solar power to supply electricity to air-conditioned coaches in some of the country’s express trains.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised to reduce subsidies to Germany’s ‘mature enough’ renewable energy sector after Germany’s September elections.