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Chinese Renewable Investment Plunges 39%, Pulls Global Renewable Investment Down 14%
New figures from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, published Wednesday, show that renewable energy investment in China plummeted 39% in the first half of 2019.
Masdar Signs MoU to Develop 300MW of PV Power Within Armenia
The Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, also known as Masdar, is set to leave a major impact on the renewable-energy sector in Armenia.
Renewables Prop up Construction Activity Being Threat to Fossil Fuel Exports
The latest Business Outlook report from Deloitte Access Economics shows renewable energy underpinning investment in Australia’s construction and engineering sectors, while also undermining the export market for thermal coal.
Chinese Enterprises are Investing Big in Relevant European Businesses With an Eye on Green Future
Many European enterprises, with their advanced technology and rich experience, have seen enormous markets and are eyeing a share in China's ongoing green efforts.
Colombia Sets Sights on October for Delayed Renewable Auction
Colombia’s first ever renewable auction is to be held eight months after anti-trust concerns forced its postponement, the government has decided.
The UK and Ireland are Going to Develop Wave Energy Projects
Blue economy project developer Simply Blue Energy and technology firm CorPower Ocean have partnered to develop wave energy projects in the UK and Ireland.
India Plans $330 Billion Renewables Push by 2030 Without Hurting Coal
India said on Thursday it needs $330 billion in investments over the next decade to power its renewable energy dream, but coal would remain central to its electricity generation.
'Hot Spots' Increase Efficiency of Solar Desalination
Researchers showed they could boost the efficiency of their nanotechnology-enabled solar membrane desalination system by more than 50% simply by adding inexpensive plastic lenses to concentrate sunlight into 'hot spots.'
Shell Enters Japan's Retail Power Market
Royal Dutch Shell has begun selling electricity to businesses in Japan and is considering residential sales in the future.
Mexico Key to Central America and Caribbean Growth
More than 9.5GW of new wind capacity will be commissioned in Central America and the Caribbean by the end of 2028, with the majority of this capacity being added in Mexico.
Light Energy and Biomass Can Be Converted to Diesel Fuel and Hydrogen
Scientists recently developed a method to produce diesel fuel and hydrogen by exploiting light energy (solar energy or artificial light energy) and biomass-derived feedstocks. Their findings were published in Nature Energy.
Japan Secures Rare Earth Supply for Longer Through Lynas Funding
It would also aid financing the relocation of Lynas' controversial processing plant from Malaysia to Western Australia, where its Mt Weld mine is located, over the next five years.
How Europe is Faring on Renewable Energy Targets
The European Union's use of renewable energy—such as hydropower, wind and solar—reached 17.5 percent in 2017, keeping it on track for a target of 20 percent by 2020.
Scientists Generate Clean Energy Using Water Molecule
Masoud Mirzaei Shahrabi, a faculty member of Ferdowsi University of Mashhad and a leading researcher in chemistry, says today the issue of the environment is very important in the world and is a challenge in the years to come.
Minesto Wins €1m Tidal Boost
Tidal energy outfit Minesto has been granted more than €1m from the Swedish Energy Agency to develop its Deep Green turbine technology.The SEK12.5m (€1.17m) grant will be used to further Minesto's Deep Green 100 (DG100) commercial-scale turbine rated at
Renewables Produce 5% of Peru’s Power in May
Peru’s non-conventional renewable energy power plants generated 5% of the country’s electricity in May, the energy ministry informed on Friday.
Big Moon Rises on Welsh Tidal Scheme
Canadian technology provider Big Moon Power has joined a tidal energy project in Anglesey, North Wales, in the UK.
New Device Generates Electricity From Falling Snow
A pair of scientists from the University of California in Los Angeles have invented a device that generates electricity by capturing the charge from an abundant source: falling snow.
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