The latest “PV Status Report” finds worldwide production volume doubled in 2010 over 2009, as China grabbed an ever-increasing manufacturing share.
A Chineses car company called First Automobile Works is releasing two new cars, an electric vehicle and plug-in hybrid, as the start of a five year plan.
Hertz extends its EV rental program – already rolling in North America and Europe – to Asia, becoming the first company to offer EVs on three continents.
A boat manufacturer from the UK is working on a solar powered passenger ferry expected to be delivered to China sometime in 2012.
The European debt crisis and the U.S. debt limit negotiations put a drag on renewable-energy financing, Ernst & Young says in a quarterly report.
A report released by The Climate Group China offers suggestions on the acceleration of clean technologies in China as well as background and reviews.
Center for American Progress notes that China’s government funding proposals for ‘strategic emerging industries’ show a major push for green technologies.
Americans for Energy Leadership’s Teryn Norris argues energy advocates should focus on competitiveness with China to rally public support and get new policies.
Germany has been the dominant market for solar installations over the last few years, but that demand is forecast to move to Asia and North America.
After two trains crashed and tragically killed dozens of people in China, government officials are altering plans for high-speed rail in the country.