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Aurecon's Wellington-based team is about to end a five-year slog on South Africa's flagship $250 million wind farm project and is eyeing new opportunities in Asia and South America. This wind farm has 66 turbines, with a combined installed capacity
Stringer China There may now be as many as 6.5 million direct and indirect jobs in renewable energy, according to updated data from the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena). Earlier assessments had put the global estimate at 2.3 million jobs
The breakthrough in Australia means one day the sun could compete with fossil fuels to provide our energy needs. Using solar energy, scientists have reached temperatures and pressures never before achieved to create "supercritical steam". Instead of
its largest of 2014 -- with Chinese energy firm, Zonergy, in which Trina will provide PV modules for several of Zonergy's downstream projects. Is this deal enough to get Trina back on track, or is it just noise, distracting investors from the fact
Australia's Tim Cahill never loses sight of the goal and neither should we on climate change. Dan Himbrechts/AAP Kicking goals is a whole lot easier when you're running hard, with a clear line of vision. But amid so much backpassing and confusion on
The 100-mile underground and subsea line, between Caithness and Moray, could add 1.2 gigawatts of new renewable energy capacity to the grid. Green energy schemes proposed for the area include plans for more than 300 wind turbines off the Moray Firth.
Environmentalist Sunita Narain Thursday raised questions on allocations on clean energy and Ganga conservation that were announced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his maiden budget Thursday...The Fund is important as it signals the need to make
Australia has some fairly ambitious goals for green energy: a renewable energy target (currently under review ) of 20% of electricity from renewables by 2020, and a forecast to get 51% of electricity from renewables by 2050 . But in setting these
the leading provider of energy news in the world...Along with the rest of Iceland, Reykjavik relies on renewable hydropower and geothermal plants to provide all of the heat, electricity and hot water for its more than 120,000 citizens.
How did the state end up almost ruining much of the residential solar market?...Lawmakers, state legislative aids, professionals in the solar industry say, to their knowledge, the mistaken reference was nothing more than an unfortunate error. "I've