An unexpected outright election victory for the UK Conservative Party has raised big questions over the future direction of British renewable energy policy – and particularly the fate of government support for new onshore wind.
08 May 2015 08:11 GMT
SunEdison has filed papers to launch its second yieldco, this one focused on developing countries, and announced a major string of project acquisitions to feed the new entity – including deals that mark its first push into the Chinese wind and Latin American hydro markets.
07 May 2015 02:29 GMT
The US looks like “the land of opportunity” for Italian renewables developer Enel Green Power (EGP) following its recent tie-up with GE, which will give it access to more capital and new US geographies, chief executive Francesco Venturini tells Recharge.
05 May 2015 09:32 GMT
Electric vehicle firm Tesla and independent power provider LichtBlick have entered a partnership to integrate Tesla’s new battery systems into the German energy market and connect decentralised batteries to a “swarm” storage system.
05 May 2015 08:47 GMT
A SolarWorld-led European lobbying group came out swinging against China's PV industry today by accusing it of widespread fraud over imports into the EU, as a policy rift in the continent's solar industry widened.
29 April 2015 12:25 GMT
Bids submitted under Germany's first 150MW pilot tender for ground-based PV arrays came in at between €90 and €100/MWh ($97.5-$108.4/MWh), Rainer Baake, state secretary at the energy ministry in Berlin told an event organised by Germany's engineering federation VDMA last week
27 April 2015 11:40 GMT
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