A renewable energy company in Scotland has secured funding for its wave power technology.
The environmental group Greenpeace took on one of the world's largest oil companies yesterday, for its lack of support for renewable energy projects.
The United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development has started its first multi-stakeholder dialogue session on achieving access to sustainable energy.
A Germany research organization has developed reference cells that will help to reduce the cost of using solar photovoltaic power.
Humboldt State University has started to completely retrofit the control system of a major solar energy facility that can produce hydrogen.
Delegates to a conference in Canada's Arctic want more action to encourage the use of renewable energy as a means to reduce the environmental damage in northern regions.
The American Solar Energy Society has appointed a new staff executive director to run the organization.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory will issue a Request for Proposals for up to $4 million in funding for a new project under the Solar Buildings Program.
Renewable energy is high on the agenda of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), but the organization must be given the necessary resources and financial backing if it is to lead the environmental agenda into the new millennium.
Consumers of hydroelectric power in Canada have among the lowest power rates in North America, according to the lobby group for Canada's hydro industry.