A while back I wrote a post on the need to get India’s solar boom right solar boom right.
The best way to understand the Obama administration's support for clean energy internationally is to understand the tale of two agencies: The US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and The U.S. Export Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank).
A few months back I wrote a post about the $80 billion clean energy access opportunity from capturing remittance flows.
The world's largest emitter and biggest importer of energy, China, has announced it will drop $382 billion in anti-pollution measures and energy conservation projects over the next three and a half years. It is hoped the investment will cut coal use by 300 million tons annually.
Investment in renewable energy surged again in 2011, according to two new reports issued by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21).
Konarka Technologies, a developer of thin-film solar panels, has filed for bankruptcy and will begin to liquidate its assets immediately.
The U.S. Export-Import (Ex-Im) bank has given XCoal Energy & Resources, a coal-exporting firm, a $90 million loan guarantee. The decision has drawn the ire of environmentalists across the country.
In a recent interview with Marketplace, oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens made headlines when he labelled natural gas as a "disaster."