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Published: 2018-04-06T20:10:37Z

 



Zimbabwe to ban electric water heaters

2015-10-01T14:29:34Z

Zimbabwe is to ban electric water heaters and require all new properties to use solar power, in an attempt to tackle big power shortages.



Big utilities enter market for small rooftop solar

2015-09-29T08:06:54Z

In this July 28, 2015, photo, electricians Adam Hall, right, and Steven Gabert, install solar panels on a roof for Arizona Public Service company in Goodyear, Ariz. Traditional power companies are getting into small-scale solar energy and competing for space. The emerging competition comes as utilities and smaller solar installers fight […]
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<hr /><br /><div class= Q&A: Christine Todd Whitman on Nuclear Power’s Promise — And its Limits

2015-09-28T04:01:00Z

Christine Todd Whitman could be called a realist. A former Republican governor of New Jersey and member of the George W. Bush administration, she joined three other former GOP-appointed Environmental Protection Agency administrators on Capitol Hill last June to urge Senate lawmakers to acknowledge the existence of climate change. Now, as co-chair of the nuclear […]



India to ‘hike green energy targets’ to combat climate change

2015-09-24T09:10:22Z

India promises to hike renewable energy targets to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, in long-awaited pledges to be announced next week for upcoming UN climate change talks, a newspaper report said Thursday. India, a major CO2 polluter, will increase solar and wind energy capacity but it's unclear whether it will commit to a timeline for […]



Fuel savings can pay for green energy shift

2015-09-20T23:06:57Z

Making the global switch from climate-altering fossil fuels to renewables by 2050 would require an extra $1 trillion (880 billion euros) per year, but the bill will be covered by lower energy costs, a Greenpeace report said Monday. On top of some 600 billion euros per year already earmarked by governments and businesses for investment […]



Energy Department Awards $22 Million to Support Next Generation Electric Machines for Manufacturing

2015-09-16T14:29:00Z

September 16, 2015 Energy Department Awards $22 Million to Support Next Generation Electric Machines for Manufacturing As part of the Administration’s effort to increase energy efficiency and double U.S. energy productivity by 2030, the Energy Department is awarding $22 million in funding for five projects aimed at merging wide-bandgap (WBG) technology with advancements for large-scale […]



Zambia to triple power generation in two years with solar

2015-09-16T09:42:31Z

By Stella Mapenzauswa and Chris Mfula LUSAKA (Reuters) – Zambia expects to triple power output to 6,000 megawatts (MW) in 2 years through expansion of solar energy by foreign investors, the head of its investment agency said. Erratic electricity supplies have hit mining in the continent's second biggest copper producer, where the bulk of its […]



FEMP Releases New Training Course on Energy Conservation Measures in ESPCs

2015-09-14T15:31:00Z

September 14, 2015 FEMP Releases New Training Course on Energy Conservation Measures in ESPCs This course provides experienced energy savings performance contract (ESPC) practitioners with insight into gaining additional savings from ESPC projects.



Catalyst Business Innovation Finalists Announced

2015-09-11T18:31:00Z

September 11, 2015 Catalyst Business Innovation Finalists Announced The second cycle of the Catalyst prize program is taking off with today’s announcement of the finalists who will enter the prototyping contest. The finalists were selected following the business innovation contest, designed to help teams form and explore business solutions to the most compelling problems facing solar energy.



Kuwait signs $385 mn solar energy project

2015-09-10T11:30:48Z

Kuwait signed a contract worth 116 million dinars ($385 million) with Spain's TSK Group on Thursday for a 50 megawatt solar energy project as part of its renewable energy drive. Electricity and Water Minister Ahmad al-Jassar told reporters the target is to produce 4,500 megawatts from solar and wind energy by 2030 when demand is […]