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Right now we’re seeing a glut of solar panels in the market largely due to an increase in Chinese manufacturers being able to produce panels a lot faster and cheaper than their more established European counterparts thanks to a flood of local Chinese investment in the industry.
The recent uptake of solar and wind energy across South Australia has forced the State’s pricing regulator to reassess wholesale electricity costs, recommending an 8.1% cut to power bills.
Despite selling a record number of Chevy Volts in August, General Motors is losing money on its plug-in electric hybrid, and a lot of money at that.
The latest data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) show that non-hydro renewable sources of electricity have grown significantly since Barack Obama took office.
Three days after six Greenpeace activists attached themselves to an Arctic offshore oil rig off the coast of Russia, the organization has interrupted the oil rig's operations again today.
A flight cancelled due to "haze" seems a more likely reality for the characters of Half Baked than those of us living in this reality. However, this was an actuality for travellers in China this past January.
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.
When the public views your industry with less regard than bankers, lawyers, and government officials, there is serious reason for concern.
The latest Gallup poll has found the oil and gas industry is the least popular business sector in America. For the second year in a row, the oil and gas industry has scored the most negative overall view by Americans.
Statoil North America, a company that has been experimenting with offshore wind projects in Norway, is being assessed for a similar project in Maine b
The U.S. Presidential Campaign season has hit full swing, with both candidates evangelizing their platform to the masses. The economy has proven to be the biggest talking point, and perhaps the most important issue in 2012 election.
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