Thanks to a collaboration between the Hong Kong Polytechnic and Green Power Industrial, we may soon be able to enjoy air conditioning powered by solar power.
The Chinese warn that solar-panel tariffs could spark a “lose-lose” trade war, and SolarWorld takes shots at China’s environmental record.
Suntech responds to SolarWorld’s charge of illegal trade practices by Chinese solar manufacturers, saying it follows the rules.
SolarWorld and other domestic solar companies are filing complaints with the federal government, seeking relief from alleged Chinese illegal trade practices.
AgriSolar Solutions is offering the world a device already in use on Chinese farms that captures bugs via solar power, a light bulb and a bucket of water.
Lithium-ion battery company Boston-Power is essentially relocating from Massachusetts to China, thanks in part to Chinese government subsidies.
The latest “PV Status Report” finds worldwide production volume doubled in 2010 over 2009, as China grabbed an ever-increasing manufacturing share.
A Chineses car company called First Automobile Works is releasing two new cars, an electric vehicle and plug-in hybrid, as the start of a five year plan.
Hertz extends its EV rental program – already rolling in North America and Europe – to Asia, becoming the first company to offer EVs on three continents.
A boat manufacturer from the UK is working on a solar powered passenger ferry expected to be delivered to China sometime in 2012.