Bloomberg News Editors's Articles

- April 22, 2014

Google Signs Up to Buy 407 Megawatts of Buffett’s Wind Power

Google Inc. agreed to buy 407 megawatts of wind power from Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co., the technology company’s largest deal to date for renewable energy.

- April 22, 2014

German Utilities Fight Renewable Energy Shift

Germany’s biggest utilities face dwindling market shares as the shift torenewable energy spurs regional power generation and storage technology, a senior member of Chancellor Angela...

- April 21, 2014

China Reiterates Plans to Boost Clean Energy

China, the world’s biggest investor in renewable energy, reiterated plans to boost construction of solar and wind power plants along with projects to transmit electricity from the clean...

- April 18, 2014

Ukraine Seeks Renewable Energy Investors to Loosen Russia’s Grip

Ukrainian officials say they’ve found a way to protect the nation from Russia: Go green.

- April 17, 2014

SolarCity Resumes Storage Applications After California Decision

SolarCity Corp., the largest U.S. solar-power provider by market value, will resume applications to connect energy-storage systems in California after regulators said they’re exempt...

- April 16, 2014

Clean Energy Investment Rises 9 Percent, Led by Solar-Power Demand

Clean energy investment rose by 9 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier on surging demand for rooftop solar panels from the U.S. to Japan.

- April 16, 2014

Run-of-River Hydropower Market Worth $1.4 Billion in 10 Years, Says Expert

Tocardo International BV, a Dutch maker of turbines that generate power from water, said the market for installing its devices in rivers may be worth as much as 1 billion euros ($1.4...

- April 15, 2014

CEO of German Utility RWE Says It Should Have Invested in Renewable Energy Sooner

What’s a beleaguered utility to do when forced by the government to close its profitable nuclear power plants?

- April 14, 2014

Global Renewable Energy Should Triple to Save Climate, UN Panel Says

The world needs to triple the energy it gets from renewables, nuclear reactors and power plants that use emissions-capture technology to avoid dangerous levels of global warming, United...

- April 14, 2014

Post-Fukushima Japan Taps Coal Over Renewables

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is pushing Japan’s coal industry to expand sales at home and abroad, undermining hopes among environmentalists that he’d use the Fukushima nuclear accident...

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