UK-based solar company Lightsource BP has announced the completion of its first utility-scale...
Lightsource BP completes first solar project in India
UK-based solar company Lightsource BP has announced the completion of its first utility-scale project in India.
Energy development: free market purists vs the state
Governments commonly provide subsidies or other support mechanisms for energy development to align the market with strategic goals, especially with regards to decarbonisation. But some argue that state intervention is a poor substitute for a free market dictated by consumer needs. How does the free market vs. state support debate shake out, and does it all boil down to perceptions of the urgency of the climate change crisis?
Samsung sets sights on 100% renewable energy by 2020
Electronics conglomerate Samsung has announced its intentions to become completely fossil-fuel free across its US, European and Chinese sites by 2020.
Free Cash-Flow Boosted and Increase in Currency-Adjusted Order Intake
Waste to hydrogen: Powerhouse Energy at the WWERS
Powerhouse Energy is using distributed modular gasification to convert end-of-life plastics into hydrogen and electricity. We sat down with CEO Keith Allaun to discuss getting into the energy industry, hydrogen and the energy ecosystem at this year’s World Waste to Energy and Resources Summit.
Plans for a Queensland clean energy company stalls
The Queensland Government has stalled its plans to set up CleanCo, a state-owned clean energy company that was due to be established in the first half of this year.
US solar panel tariff halts renewable projects worth billions
US President Donald Trump’s tariff on imported solar panels has come into effect, causing several US renewable energy companies to halt investments in installation projects worth more than $2.5bn, also stalling thousands of jobs.
Solar panel glass could turn skyscrapers into power stations
Cambridge-based firm Polysolar has launched a funding programme for its photovoltaic (PV) panels; a transparent alternative to solar panels which the firm hopes could replace windows and assist in the creation of zero-carbon buildings.
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