Bloomberg News Editors's Articles

- November 25, 2014

SunEdison Targets Brazil with $30 Million Solar Module Plant

SunEdison Inc., a U.S. developer and polysilicon supplier, is expanding in Brazil where demand for renewable power is expected to be a key driver of growth.

- November 25, 2014

US Planning Largest Wind-Energy Auction Off Massachusetts

The U.S. Interior Department is planning the nation’s largest competitive auction for offshore wind projects, 742,000 acres off Massachusetts that may generate as much as 5 gigawatts...

- November 21, 2014

Cheap Electricity Trumps Solar in India's Rural Communities

The villagers of Dharnai in northern India had been living without electricity for more than 30 years when Greenpeace installed a microgrid to supply reliable, low-cost solar power...

- November 21, 2014

Sunnova Raises $250 Million to Expand Residential Solar in U.S. and Overseas

Sunnova Energy Corp. closed a $250 million funding round, bringing the total amount it has raised this year to almost half a billion dollars as it seeks to add U.S. customers and expand...

- November 19, 2014

Australia Residents Protest Wind Turbines as Government Upholds Fossil Use

Tony Hill moved from inner-city Canberra to a tree-filled valley five years ago to find serenity in the nearby Australian bush. Now he fears his idyllic vista will soon be marred by...

- November 17, 2014

Wind Tax Credit Under Attack as Congress Split on Lapsed Breaks

The new era in Congress may mean trouble for some old tax breaks. The wind energy tax credit, championed by environmentalists, Democrats, a few Republicans and companies including General...

- November 17, 2014

Obama to Pledge $3 Billion for Climate Change Fund

President Barack Obama will pledge $3 billion to a United Nations climate-change fund that’s intended to help poor nations boost renewable energy and counter the ill effects of global...

- November 17, 2014

Peru to Unveil Plans for Renewable Power Auction

Peru’s government is set to announce plans for a renewable-energy auction during a global climate conference to be held next month in Lima.

- November 14, 2014

Turkey’s Biggest Hydropower Dam Project Victim of Faltering Peace Talks

Construction work on two of Turkey’s biggest dam projects has ground to a halt, as the country pays a price for simmering tensions between Kurdish rebels and the government.

- November 13, 2014

DOE Loan Guarantee Program Vilified by Republicans Turns a Profit

The U.S. expects to earn $5 billion to $6 billion from a federal loan program, bolstering President Barack Obama’s decision to back low-carbon technologies.

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