Articles tagged with: climate change

Solarpark Neukirchen I by Windwärts Energie GmbH

The Sun Shines on Europe

2018 was a banner year for solar power in Europe. As in the United States, solar is the fastest growing segment of the energy sector…
Solar Energy News Highlights Cover: Feb. 25–Mar. 4, 2019

Solar Energy News Highlights Feb. 25–Mar. 4, 2019

Among this week’s highlights: The list of U.S. states and cities shooting for 100 percent renewable or zero-carbon electricity grows; European oil and gas majors…
Electricity Grid in Vietnam - Electricity Investment in ASEAN

More Dirty Energy for ASEAN

Primary energy demand across the 10-nation ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region surged 70 percent from 2000 to 2016 alongside annual economic growth rates…
Solar & Storage Live MENA 2024May 29 - May 30, 2024New Cairo, Egypt
Solar & Storage Live is a leading renewable energy event in the MENA region. This gathering brings together utilities, IPPs, financiers, government and industry stakeholders to explore a series of…
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The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation

Solar, Renewables, Energy Transformation Reshaping the Geopolitical Landscape

Solar energy investments and usage have grown fast and spread worldwide in recent decades, so much so that they’re influencing and reshaping the geopolitics of…
California Golden Gate Bridge - Global Climate Action Summit

Clean Energy, Climate Change Take Center Stage as California Sets 100 Percent Carbon-Free Energy Goal

California set a new, higher “carbon-free” energy goal this past week, burnishing the state’s reputation as a US and worldwide leader when it comes to…
Global Climate Change

US State Governors Aim to Realize UN Paris Climate Accord Goals with Launch of Alternative US Climate Alliance

On June 1, President Donald Trump announced the US would withdraw from the UN Paris Climate Accord. Though not surprising, the announcement marks the latest,…
Christian Church by the Beach in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Says No to Thermal Power Plant, Opts for Solar Energy Instead

An island nation in South Asia, Sri Lanka is primarily dependent on its 900 MW coal-based power plant in Norocholai, located 90 miles to the…
Renewable Energy and Climate Change

Could Renewable Energy Solve the Problem of Climate Change?

Climate change is fast letting itself known to citizens worldwide. In India, farmers who have never seen the inside of a school, are scratching their…
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