NEW ENERGY: EU Probes Solar Firms Over Settlement Breaches

                                                         DAILY NEWSLETTER                                                           March 11, 2015   NEW ENERGY: EU Probes Solar Firms Over Settlement Breaches After several months of relative quiet, Chinese solar panel makers are back in the headlines this week with another looming trade dispute in Europe. This particular story, and much of the industry’s woes …

NEWS RELEASE: New EIA Forecasts Continue to Underestimate Renewable Energy Sources

We at Ethical Markets agree  !  EIA  is still downplaying the  global renewable energy revolution now underway as we track in our GREEN TRANSITION SCOREBOARD® ,Hazel Henderson, Editor   SUN DAY CAMPAIGN 6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite #340; Takoma Park, MD 20912 301-270-6477 x.11 [email protected]     Media Statement   U.S. …

NewNet: Samsung C&T slashes Ontario renewables spend by $2bn

24 June 2013 – Today’s Top Stories on NewNet Samsung C&T slashes Ontario renewables spend by $2bn Consumers Energy signs major wind turbine deal with GE Vestas sells off non-core asset wind farms for €127m RusHydro, Alstom extend hydroelectric partnership The Switch triples order backlog SJF Ventures invests in sustainable …

The 2nd Annual Solar Power Mexico Congress (held as part of the Mexican Renewable Energy Congress) 28-29 May 2013, Mexico City, Mexico

Solar Mexico brings together key international and local players in this growing market to drive forward government support, promote financial backing and provide a platform for discussion on how the Mexican solar industry can become a global market leader. Join us in 2013 and be the first to hear the …

A “Third Way” Approach for U.S.-China Solar Trade

A “Third Way” Approach for U.S.-China Solar Trade by Ron Kenedi, Contributor | July 30, 2012 | Last October, SolarWorld led a U.S. manufacturer coalition that asserted trade law violations by Chinese makers of solar cells. The coalition’s filing with the Department of Commerce led to significant tariffs being levied …

Greenpeace report rebukes finance sector for ignoring nuclear risks

PRESS RELEASE A partner of Tokyo, June 12th 2012 Greenpeace report rebukes finance sector for ignoring nuclear risks Investors in nuclear power are being sold precarious and potentially damaging investments because the industry?s risks are regularly being overlooked or underestimated, a new report from Greenpeace has found. Compiled with the …

Three Big Winners from Ending Ethanol Subsidies

A day many thought might never arrive is finally just around the corner. Today, December 23rd, Congress finished their work to head home for the holidays, and we can now say confidently that ethanol’s 30-year-old tax credit and import tariff will finally expire on December 31st. Ending these costly and unnecessary subsidies …