AREVA Solar has been awarded a contract for the world’s largest solar/coal-fired power augmentation project in Queensland, Australia.
The Canadian city of Ottawa has signed a contract with Itron to install its smart water metering technology over the next two years.
The United Nations’ flagship carbon offsetting scheme, the Clean Development Mechanism, has reached its 3000th project, the organisation reported earlier this week.
Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas today announced its interim financial report, indicating a first quarter revenue of €1060 million, up 25% on the same period last year.
Climate change legislation is advancing in 16 of the world’s largest economies, according to a study out earlier this week from the Global Legislators Organisation.
The government of the coal-dependent Canadian province of Saskatchewan has given the go ahead for a CAN$1.24 billion carbon capture and storage project.
Biofuels produced from biomass could provide up to 27% of global transport fuels by 2050, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency.
Finding $100 billion a year by 2020 for climate action in the developing world is challenging but feasible, according to a European Commission working document.
The UK Government today gave its backing to the World Bank’s scheme to help developing nations set up carbon trading systems.
Energy ministers from around the world have agreed to work together to speed up the deployment of carbon capture and storage at a meeting in Abu Dhabi this week.