Kyocera and its consortium partners Century Tokyo Leasing and French utility-scale solar project developer Ciel et Terre are to begin construction this month on the world’s largest floating solar power plant.
12 years after entering the wind power market, GE says that the industry is rapidly innovating to the extent that governments are showing a growing appreciation of wind’s competitiveness as an energy option.
The Asia-Pacific region will spend $3.6 trillion between now and 2030 to meet its power demands, and two thirds of that sum will go on renewable technologies, according to a new report.
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Bloomberg Energy Finance (BNEF) has revealed its latest figures on projected renewables growth for Europe at the POWER-GEN Europe conference in Cologne, Germany.
The UK’s solar industry has expressed dismay at a move by the government to cut subsidies to ground-mounted solar panels.
Vital Energi has been awarded the contract to develop a new district energy scheme at Southwark in central London.
The UK government today announced its Solar Strategy, the first such strategic document dedicated to solar by any European Union government.
One of Australia’s top utilities has announced a loss of A$350m for 2013.