China’s ETS pilot programs face great problems. Can those challenges be overcome? And does China – a global cleantech leader – really need an ETS?
Prospects for the Australian thermal coal industry – and the proposed mega mines – have dimmed further after landmark decisions in the US and China.
Is the Suntech bankruptcy a sign of chaos in China’s solar industry, or are we witnessing the birth pangs of a capitalist industry?
As Doha begins, the world’s largest emitter looks at least 18 years away from peak emissions. By then, it could be half the carbon budget.
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 world’s largest supplier of coal generation equipment maps out a future energy plan, including “combustible ice” and ocean current power.
Soft US tariff translates as win for Chinese solar market; EnerNOC builds on NZ demand response success; Dyesol view improves with bigger solar window.
Tindo Solar is about to open Australia’s only solar module manufacturing plant, and take on the Chinese. Are they crazy?
From smart grids, to solar energy and wind farms, China is building a dominant position. The world takes note.
New analysis from SolarBuzz reveals the Asia solar market is booming – with the notable exception of Australia.