Bloomberg News Editors's Articles

- October 29, 2014

Are Environmental Regulations Causing US Utility Bills to Surge?

U.S. electricity markets face years of higher prices as clean-air regulations shut more coal-fired power plants than earlier forecast, cutting supply and forcing producers to rely more...

- October 29, 2014

Poor Nations Go for Solar, Wind at Twice the Pace of Rich Ones

Emerging markets are installing renewable energy projects at almost twice the rate of developed nations, a report concluded.

- October 29, 2014

China Racing To Install Wind Power Before Government Subsidies Run Out

China is on course this year to build four times the total wind power installed in all of Denmark as developers push to build the turbines ahead of cuts to incentives originally designed...

- October 28, 2014

US Solar Boom Boosts European Manufacturers REC and Solarworld

Solarworld AG and REC Solar ASA are benefiting from a boom in solar-energy installations in the U.S. that outweigh a decline in their European home markets.

- October 27, 2014

EU Leaders Agree To Tough Carbon Regulations to Spur Renewable Energy Development and Fight Climate Change

European Union leaders backed the most-ambitious carbon emissions goals of any major economy, in a bid to crank up pressure on the U.S. and China ahead of climate talks in December...

- October 24, 2014

Australia Seeks to Reduce Renewable Energy Target to ‘Real’ 20 Percent

Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s government will negotiate with the opposition to cut Australia’s renewable energy target and exempt industries such as aluminum and copper smelting.

- October 24, 2014

Viable Battery Backup for Rooftop Solar Still Years Away

Using batteries to retain energy from rooftop solar systems will be too expensive for at least two years, according to industry executives.

- October 24, 2014

Suntech Back from Dead, Eyeing 1.5 Gigawatts in Solar Shipments

Wuxi Suntech Power Co., the solar manufacturer acquired earlier this year by Shunfeng Photovoltaic International Ltd., plans to ship almost twice as many modules this year, in the latest...

- October 21, 2014

Vestas Wind Plans China Push with New Models, Component Content

Vestas Wind Systems A/S., the world’s biggest wind turbine maker, will extend its push into China with plans to use more component contents from Chinese suppliers while also bringing...

- October 21, 2014

LDK Files for Bankruptcy in U.S. Court on China Solar Glut

LDK Solar Co., the Chinese solar- cell maker that defaulted on its bonds this year, filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. to help carry out restructurings already under way in Hong Kong...

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