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Published at Apr 25, 2013
Signs of this transformation are already appearing: Solar power workers now outnumber coal miners nationwide, wind power was the United States’
Published at Oct 19, 2012
source: Alternative Energy eMagazine
In the next five years, 820 biomass power plants with a capacity of 12.5 GW will be constructed throughout the world - more than ever...
Published at Jun 15, 2012
source: LA Times
The U.S. still lagged behind other nations in 2011 in the share of energy it gets from renewable sources, in spite of a more than...
Published at Feb 24, 2012
source: China Daily
BEIJING - China has established its first national think tank on renewable energy to conduct research and develop programs and policies, as part of the...
Published at Jan 2, 2012
source: Biofuels Digest
Rewind to 2011 with a “best of” New Year’s story? Bah, humbug! Today, we look forward to the sunny possibilities of 2012 in bioenergy....
Published at Nov 28, 2011
source: Renewable Energy Focus
US think tank Third Way says China has surpassed the United States as the top nation in total clean energy investments, attractiveness for renewable energy...
Published at Nov 21, 2011
source: The Telegraph
China is to spend more than £1 trillion over the next five years on green energy, transport and advanced manufacturing, US officials have revealed.
Published at Oct 31, 2011
source: Energy & Capital
In 2005, a fast-talking Wall Street hack approached me with the “opportunity of a lifetime.”
Published at Sep 29, 2011
source: Renewable Energy World
Last year's economic turbulence failed to derail renewable generation's expansion to supply 16 percent of final consumption at the end of 2010.