Mexico is on track to elevate its renewable power capacity to 5,700 MW or 7.5% of its energy matrix by 2017 but that is a drop in the bucket when considering the Aztec country's clean energy potential, according to industry observers.
As they continue to feel the pinch from high production costs, biofuel players are increasingly getting creative about ways to boost their bottom line. One of those strategies, which analysts see as a growing trend, has been to use manufacturing by-products...
Guatemala must introduce a subsidies program to develop its biodiesel industry at a time when producing the cleaner fuel has become increasingly competitive and costly in the Central American country, a leading industry executive said.
A 750,000 tonne per year biomass plant will begin shipping wood pellets to electricity plants in the Netherlands and the UK owned by RWE Innogy this summer, the German power group announced in a statement.
Spain's Castille-La Mancha region is working to install 6,000 MW of wind parks by 2015 in hopes to take the lead in the country's booming wind-power market. The wind region in central Spain is hoping to launch a tender for 800 MW-1,000 MW imminently,...
Some 5 billion gallons of second-generation biofuels could hit the market in five years, a new research report by consultancy Frost & Sullivan revealed last month. However, analysts say the fledgling sector remains challenged by high feedstock and production...
Mexico's nascent biofuels industry will meet a target to blend 3.2% of petrol with biofuels in 2012, marking a two-year delay in the government's snail-like campaign to develop the sector, according to industry observers.
Spain has pledged to launch measures to help shore up the biofuels industry, which is being hit by huge imports of biodiesel from foreign producers.
Japan's severe nuclear crisis is pushing wind power to the forefront as a safer and more reliable alternative to meet the country's future energy requirements, according to industry observers.
China is on track to install as much as 18 GWs of wind-power capacity this year as the world's second-biggest economy continues to diversify its energy resources, according to officials at Chinese Renewable Energy Industry Association