The European Investment Bank (EIB) has announced that it will provide $150m towards new renewable energy projects in Peru.
This week, business leader Richard Branson called for more ambitious climate action while attending the opening of the Cool Planet Experience (CPE) in Ireland.
As renewable energy is no longer considered a niche technology, countries and energy companies have embarked on a race to impress the world with majestic clean energy projects of all kinds and demonstrate their true potential.
Tesla’s new Gigafactory in Buffalo, New York has started large-scale production of its rooftop solar glass tiles with Elon Musk pledging that it will transform the rooftop solar industry.
The need to make the transition to a low-carbon economy means using all the renewable technologies in our toolbox. While wind and solar power often gain the most attention, and investment, it’s important to recognise the potential contribution from all sources, including bioenergy.
A $650 million solar thermal plant has secured development approval from the state government of South Australia.
China has dominated the building and financing of clean energy technologies in 2017 setting the country well on track to drive growth in the sector for decades.
New energy statistics have been published revealing that in 2017 wind turbines delivered the equivalent of 43.6 percent of Denmark’s total electricity consumption, hitting a new milestone for the clean energy transition in the country.
The British government has published its long-awaited plans for how it will implement its ambitious coal phase-out plan by 2025.
The Governor of New York State, Andrew Cuomo, announced a raft of new proposals yesterday to invest in renewable energy and tackle climate change.
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