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Investment in clean energy projects dropped by 14% worldwide in the first half of 2019, largely the result of a 39% drop in new Chinese investment. But there were some bright spots as well.
U.S. electricity generation from renewable sources surpassed coal-fired generation for the first time ever in April.
Global investment in electricity generation will reach $13.3 trillion between now and 2050. Demand for electricity to power new cars and trucks will drive much of the demand.
U.S. carbon emissions rose last year for the first time since 2010, according to a preliminary report from Rhodium Group. Meeting U.S. goals for carbon emissions reductions is going to get a lot...
3M is joining the ranks of companies that are going green. The conglomerate has announced that it is committed to move to 100% renewable electricity.
The International Energy Agency on Monday released its annual report on renewable energy, along with a forecast of growth in renewable capacity through 2023.
The California Senate on Wednesday approved a bill requiring the state to get 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2050. Is that even possible?
A combination of falling costs for solar equipment and a sharp cut to Chinese investment indicate that 2018 spending on solar projects will decline year over year for the first time ever.
In a new report on offshore energy production out to 2040, the International Energy Agency estimates capital spending needs to range between $4.6 and $5.9 trillion.
GE is unveiling a new battery platform called GE Reservoir that will aim to store the power produced by wind turbines and solar panels.
In 2017, 18% of all electricity generation in the U.S. came from renewable sources, double their contribution of just 10 years ago and nearly equal to generation from nuclear power.
Danish wind-turbine maker Vestas plans to branch out into designing and building systems that include solar panels and battery storage.
Global corporate purchases of long-term green energy contracts reached a record high in 2017.
Global investment in clean energy topped $333 billion in 2017. China spent slightly more than half that total while the United States spent about 17%.
Google announced last week that it had added 536 megawatts to its renewable energy portfolio. The company has met its goal of sourcing 100% of its power consumption from renewable sources this year.