Bloomberg News Editors's Articles

- September 19, 2014

Blackstone’s Vivint Plans $371 Million IPO as Solar Demand Rises

Vivint Solar, the rooftop power producer owned by Blackstone Group LP, is seeking to raise as much as $371 million from its initial public offering.

- September 17, 2014

Panasonic Riding Tesla Wave to Boost Battery Storage Sales in Europe

Panasonic Corp., the supplier of lithium-ion cells that plans to help Tesla Motors Inc. build a battery factory, said cooperation with the U.S. electric-car maker will probably boost...

- September 17, 2014

Chevron’s Search for Plant-Based Alternative Fuels Flounders

Chevron Corp.’s attempts to turn plants into alternative fuels for profitable, large-scale production have failed.

- September 15, 2014

German Clean Energy Shift Can Ignore Storage for Now, Study Says

Germany’s shift toward renewable energy can do without new storage infrastructure in the next two decades as it’s too expensive, according to a new study.

- September 15, 2014

India’s Tamil Nadu Sets Solar Power Price as Program Stalls

The electricity regulator for India’s Tamil Nadu set a price for solar-power producers after failing for the past two years to attract investments to a state that gets about 300 days...

- September 12, 2014

Trina and Other Solar Manufacturers Racing To Keep Up with Demand

Trina Solar Ltd., China’s second- biggest maker of solar panels, said its factories are working at full strength and it can’t meet customer demand.

- September 12, 2014

India Makes Plans To Spur More Renewable Energy Development

India plans to ask power generators to invest in clean-energy projects as Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks to accelerate the nation’s shift away from the troubled coal industry.

- September 11, 2014

1366 Technologies: We Can Sell Solar Wafers Below Market Costs

1366 Technologies Inc. says it can produce silicon wafers for solar cells for less than competitors, an advantage it hopes to use to expand market share.

- September 11, 2014

RusHydro Considers Renewable Energy Fund IPO with PowerChina

RusHydro JSC, Russia’s biggest hydropower company, is considering selling shares in a clean energy fund it plans to create with Power Construction Corp. of China Ltd. to gain from a...

- September 09, 2014

Norway May Miss Out on $6 Billion Wind Power Boom

Norway, which aims to triple wind capacity by the end of the decade, has erected one turbine for every seven installed in Sweden since the countries signed a pact to share renewable...

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