IKEA has bought a 46 megawatt (MW) wind farm in Canada, another boost to the retail giant’s fast-growing renewables.
IKEA has announced that it will install electric vehicle (EV) charge points in all of its UK stores.
Renewables will account for nearly half of the increase in global power generation to 2035—with China generating more than the US, Japan and the EU combined.
All 250,000 of New York City’s street lights will be replaced with energy efficient, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) by 2017.
An ambitious world power program called Sunpower has been proposed by two eminent UK scientists.
It’s a very simple idea – but it could reduce heating bills by 20%. Radfan, a UK-based start-up, has developed the winning design in the inaugural EarthHack.
A female entrepreneur is the winner of the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge 2013, being awarded $669,000 to help realize her green business plan.
New York launches a a U$1 billion Green Bank initiative to mobilize private sector financing for clean energy projects, which will help generate jobs and boost the state’s economy.
Australia’s new government must seize, not squander, the enormous opportunities available from the transition to a low carbon, clean tech economy.
The State of South Australia continues to transform and expand its energy sector through wind power and rooftop solar.