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What is COP26? Here’s how global climate negotiations work and what’s expected from the Glasgow summit

What is COP26? Here’s how global climate negotiations work and what’s expected from the Glasgow summit

The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report, released in August 2021, warns in its strongest terms yet that human activities have unequivocally warmed the planet, and that climate change is now widespread, rapid, and intensifying.
German government investing $115M in renewable energy in Africa

German government investing $115M in renewable energy in Africa

The capital will be invested through the African Development Bank’s Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa.
Renewable Energy Company in Trouble

Renewable Energy Company in Trouble

York Research Corp. says it has defaulted on a bond payment of US$10.3 million, and has dismissed its chief executive officer as the company faces a bankruptcy filing.
Trouble for Solar Company

Trouble for Solar Company

Sun Power Corporation said that the recent decline in the trading value of Sun Power's shares, coupled with its inability to secure capital in the start-up technology markets, has forced it to advise Solar Energy Limited (SEL) and Renewable Energy Limited (REL) that it cannot provide adequate operating capital to its subsidiaries Sunspring, Inc. and Renewable Energy Corporation.
Is photovoltaic technology worth the trouble?

Is photovoltaic technology worth the trouble?

Given the 2012 ITC ruling against China for its massive government support of its photovoltaic manufacturers, no clear consensus has emerged as to the effect this will have on our solar industry at large. However, it’s certain the continuing drama will tittilate policy hacks for a long time to come while distracting us from our overall energy strategy. Let’s take […]
Can Solyndra reconcile cost-per-watt and sale price

Can Solyndra reconcile cost-per-watt and sale price

In the last year, there have been numerous stories about CIGS thin-film manufacturer Solyndra's troubles -- a pulled IPO, a restructuring of the executive team, and, most troubling, the high cost of module production. Solyndra will close one of its CA factories, delay expansion of its newest facility, and lay off employees and cut production.
Troubles for Fuel Cell Company

Troubles for Fuel Cell Company

October 22, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Electric Fuel Corporation (EFC) announced today that Yehuda Harats, its president and CEO and a member of the Board, has decided to resign from his positions with the company and its subsidiaries in order to pursue other interests. The company also announced that it will discontinue retail sales of its Instant Power consumer battery products because […]
Troubled Wind Farm Undergoes Dismantling

Troubled Wind Farm Undergoes Dismantling

Denmark-based Vestas, one the world's major wind turbine companies, announced that every last one of their wind turbines installed offshore at their flagship Horns Reef project will be transported to nearby Ringkobing and Lem and dismantled for tests and repairs due to ongoing problems.
Germany-Greece in Talks Over Massive Solar Project

Germany-Greece in Talks Over Massive Solar Project

Greece is looking to the sun for a plan that will help it emerge from its deep economic troubles, and solar giant and EU powerhouse Germany may be the beneficiary.
India Makes Plans To Spur More Renewable Energy Development

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.