Renewable energy is critical for the two million people around the world who have no access to electricity, according to a recent Village Power conference in Washington.
Wind energy has demonstrated its readiness to become a significant contributor to electricity supply in the western United States and to help ease the power shortages in California, according to the industry lobby group.
A trading house in Japan will build two more wind energy facilities in the northern part of the country.
Using renewable energy will be the second choice for power companies in the United States that want to avoid emissions of greenhouse gases, according to a report from the federal government.
A U.S. investment company has acquired a wind farm in Germany.
The BP energy company has unveiled a gas station in Madrid, which it claims is the world's most environment-friendly facility.
Some of the larger companies in renewable energy have formed a consortium to bid on a wind energy project in Holland.
More than 400 renewable energy projects have been installed in 14 states of Mexico, as a result of a program launched in 1994 by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Britain's first offshore wind project was opened yesterday off the north-eastern coast of England, marking the launch of a potentially significant new industry for the UK.
One of Europe's largest manufacturing companies will end its involvement in the production of wind power pylons.