Low manufacturing costs, government initiatives to boost the domestic market and technological advancements are boosting China’s PV industry.
China’s first wind-powered desalination plant will go into service this December in Dafeng.
As energy costs rise, a health club in Bristol has installed new equipment to harness the power of their customers.
Western companies should look east to stay ahead, says Dax Lovegrove, Head of Business Sustainability & Innovation, WWF-UK.
Tidal turbines and a micro grid test bed launched as Singapore sounds out the potential for low-carbon energy security.
Pascal Lamy, Chair of the Commission for Future Generations, makes the case for creative coalitions across states, cities and business.
The opening of Dubai’s first solar photovoltaic plant marks a first step towards a slightly greener, and more secure, future.
Mike Pitts of the Technology Strategy Board spots hot opportunities for UK businesses abroad.
UK coalition aims to turn public anger over energy bills into energy efficient action.
Anthony Jude, Chair of the Asian Development Bank’s Energy Committee, talks to Anna Simpson about the importance of national policy to a low carbon future.
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