Additions have been made to support action on climate change through federal tax incentives in the proposed Congress bill to invest US$1.5 trillion in infrastructure across the US.
Global body joins campaign for green COVID-19 rebound, amid warnings that solar, wind pipeline for 2020-2030 falls short of what was already achieved in 2010-2019.
Footprint of sourcing aluminium, lithium and others will be ‘a fraction’ of fossil fuel emissions but sustainability must become compass, says report as world eyes renewably-powered COVID recovery.
Confirmed record-breaking at 6:10am of Tuesday 28 April was made possible by a combination of high levels of solar on the grid and lower-than-usual demand.
New figures from regulator UPME show nearly 70% of all energy projects currently proposed are solar, setting the scene for growth spurt in the country using auctions to catch up on the renewable front.
Anti-pandemic shutdown measures will help reach target-complying 40-45% emission cuts this year but a failure to invest in green growth may make progress temporary, country told.
In this second part, we will talk about some of the companies preparing for business in the solar market in post-feed in tariff (FiT) Japan and the close links with energy storage that this market is strongly expected to rely on.
Agency urges countries to keep clean energy shift ‘front of mind’ as they design anti-pandemic stimulus packages, amid calls to bolster renewables and phase out fossil fuel subsidies.
Crash of crude prices as virus tightens global grip may create challenges for firms relying on oil revenues as they finance a shift to green energy, IEA warns.
Solar, wind output rise of 15% helped slash power-related CO2 worldwide last year but green energy growth will be ‘very challenging’ to sustain unless efforts step up, says think tank Ember.
European Climate Law draft criticised over move to make 2050 climate neutrality goal binding but leave 2030 goal undecided until September, with PV industry group urging EU to solve grid and planning bottlenecks.
Plans to rank project subsidy applicants based on their emission-curbing potential sees country join France in group of EU nations linking state money to climate footprint.
System by specialist Oceans of Energy in Dutch North Sea last year was able to withstand not one but two consecutive extreme weather events this month, firm tells PV Tech.
World must ‘work hard’ to ensure 2019 is remembered as peak not pause of CO2 growth, agency says as data shows energy-related CO2 stayed put last year.
An afternoon Solar Finance and Investment Europe session delved into Australia and the unique challenges it faces, created by the weather and harsh environment.