REN21 Renewables Academy 2014: Programme available!

REN21 Renewables Academy 2014 Bonn/Germany Programme available Register now: 10-12 November 2014 Dear REN21 Contributors, Dear REN21 Network Members, The evolution of renewable energy over the past decade has surpassed all expectations. Global installed capacity and production from all renewable technologies have increased substantially, and supporting policies have continued to …

[Blog] China’s CGN Wind issues RMB1bn ($161m) 5yr green bond with carbon-linked coupon

  China’s CGN Wind issues RMB1bn ($161m) 5yr green bond with carbon-linked coupon Posted: Jun 15, 2014 by Sean Kidney China’s CGN Wind (link is external) has issued a one billion yuan (link is external), five year bond to finance wind energy developments in Inner Mongolia, Guangdong, Xinjiang and Gansu. …

Have You Heard? Fishermen’s Energy LLC Wins $47M U.S. Grant!

Have You Heard? Fishermen’s Energy LLC Wins $47M U.S. Grant! Company executives, environmentalists and lawmakers have hailed the grant by the U.S. Department of Energy as a boost toward New Jersey becoming one of the first states in the nation to develop offshore wind power. Read about this news here. …

Alternative Energy: Solar R&D Heavyweights Join In Effort To Drive Down Thin-Film CIGS Costs

  Alternative Energy Solar R&D Heavyweights Join In Effort To Drive Down Thin-Film CIGS Costs Friday Factoids: Fossil Fuels Replace Nuclear in Japan New Lawsuit to Decide Fairness of Solar Paste Patent PR Electric Vehicles Improve U.S. National Security Grandmothers To Solar Engineers In Madagascar US Solar Energy Broke Records …

Clean Energy’s Falling Prices and Expanding Markets Overshadow Challenges

Cleanwatch The e-Letter on Clean Technology from Clean Edge Welcome to Cleanwatch. Each issue offers the latest news, events, and other resources on clean energy, transportation, water, and materials. Clean Energy’s Falling Prices and Expanding Markets Overshadow Challenges By Trevor Winnie America?s divisive election year politics have once again turned …