China is currently domiating in terms of Solar Energy and in here you will find out how they manage their solar industry.
A new vibe emerged in San Francisco on this year’s SOCAP (Social Capital Markets Conference) conference – a premier gathering on impact investment and social entrepreneurship. The conference is historically focused on Cleanteach – getting money into hard to reach areas – providing basic human services like sanitation and clean water to those who need it most.
Spruce Finance is securing a multimillion deal in financing by hiring Investec Plc in effort of supporting the development of around 80 megawatts of US rooftop solar assets.
SunEdison Inc. acquired Vivint Solar after Vivint’s shareholders overwhelmingly approved the deal of about $1.9 billion. SunEdison, once the world’s largest renewable energy company, is now facing a financial crisis with billions of debt after massive acquisition binge and plummeting stocks.
The completion of the first stage will also begin the second and third stage of the project. Once finished this power plant will be the world's largest, providing electricity for 1.1 million people in Morocco. The project would also help reduce the country's dependence on imported energy source as well as reducing carbon emission.
One by one, Japan is turning off the lights at the giant oil-fired power plants that propelled it to the ranks of the world's top industrialized nations. With nuclear power in the doldrums after the Fukushima disaster, it's solar energy that is becoming the alternative.
Australia faces a A$17 billion ($13.3 billion) exodus of investment from its windfarm industry because of a political deadlock, threatening to deal the country a major economic blow and kill hopes of meeting a self-imposed clean energy target.
The United States on Tuesday confirmed steep import duties on solar products from China and Taiwan, in a decision that could inflame trade tensions between the two countries.
Lark Energy put 100 megawatts worth of projects for sale.
Negev Energy is building solar powered plants in the southern part of Israel.
Developing countries are the new hotspots for investors in renewable energy according to two studies promoted by the United Nations.