Americans for Energy Leadership’s Teryn Norris argues energy advocates should focus on competitiveness with China to rally public support and get new policies.
Germany has been the dominant market for solar installations over the last few years, but that demand is forecast to move to Asia and North America.
After two trains crashed and tragically killed dozens of people in China, government officials are altering plans for high-speed rail in the country.
A Worldwatch study determined that while China’s green job sector is booming, the government’s methods for tracking jobs may lead to complications.
The latest Global Status Report reveals that renewable energy capacity continues to grow worldwide, especially in developing countries.
NRDC’s Michael Davidson discusses how China’s new nationwide solar PV feed-in tariff gives its solar industry a powerful shot in the arm.
Solarbuzz sees the Asia Pacific region claiming more than a quarter of PV demand by 2015, with China and Japan leading the way and India coming on strong.
Hundreds of all-electric buses and sedans made by Chinese automaker BYD look to be coming to Shenzen, China to form one of the world’s largest EV transit fleets.
Despite economic challenges, global wind capacity will continue a steady, healthy growth, Pike Research forecasts.
Companies in N. America, Europe, China and India raised $1.8 billion in the second quarter of 2011, a drop from the previous quarter and the year-ago period.
Global investment in renewable energy rose 32 percent in 2010 to $211 billion, with wind power in China and rooftop solar in Germany key factors in the growth.