Australia has met its 2020 target for generating electricity from large-scale renewable energy a year ahead of plan, the country’s clean energy regulator said on Wednesday, even as wind and solar investment has slowed.
Electricite du Cambodge is aiming for a considerable increase in the amount of renewable energy produced in the country.
A $7.64-million loan to support the construction of a 100-MW solar power park.
The World Wildlife Foundation is calling to develop and utilise renewable energy.
Investment to tackle climate change is increasing around the world but remains far too low to limit global warming and avoid its most harmful consequences, as governments have committed to do, analysts said on Tuesday.
An Australian firm running renewable energy projects in 5 provinces plans to expand.
Bangladesh’s electricity generation from renewable sources has passed the 5 percent mark with the opening of a major new solar plant – boosting hopes the country might meet its goal of getting 10 percent of power from renewables by 2020, experts say.
After many years of being a net exporter of fossil fuels, Asean has steadily become a net importer of fossil fuels. This import dependence will place an increasing fiscal burden on member states.
General Electric to shed its healthcare business to concentrate on power and aviation.
Four renewable energy power plants, with a total of 120 megawatts (MW), will be put into operation in Mongolia.
Trump’s tariff leads US renewable energy companies to cancel or freeze investments.
limiting the spread of solar energy technology will be cracked, says DMEGC.
The current global energy landscape differs greatly from what it looked like a decade ago.
The Asian Development Bank signs a loan for $235 million to B.Grimm Power, one of the largest power producers in Thailand.
Ministry of Mines announces a new project to boost the renewable energy in 3 provinces.
Grundfos is exploring the Cambodian market for opportunities in wastewater treatment, looking to cooperate with the government to introduce the latest technology into the country.
Two decades ago, BP set out to transcend oil, with plans to pour $8 billion into renewables.
Solar home systems are an appropriate solution to provide affordable, reliable and clean electricity in rural Cambodia.