After years of uninterrupted increases, the world appears to be headed toward a second straight year of shrinking cleantech investment.
For the first time, the world will add more solar power capacity in a year than wind power capacity, Bloomberg New Energy Finance forecasts.
Geothermal’s potential might be realized with the aid of a fund that helps de-risk exploratory drilling in developing countries, a Bloomberg paper asserts.
Wind is cheaper than new coal or natural gas for electricity generation in Australia, a new analysis shows – even if you don’t take the country’s carbon pricing into account.
There’s good news on U.S. energy efficiency and emissions, but hard-hit Greece’s solar success suggests we could be doing even better.
The PTC expiration and continued falling costs pushed the U.S. wind industry to install nearly 13.2 gigawatts of new capacity in 2012, shattering the old record of 10 GW.
Operation and maintenance costs for the wind energy sector fell 38 percent from 2008 to 2011, Bloomberg New Energy Finance reports.
A report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance suggests lofty goals set by the Chinese government for EV sales won’t hit their intended targets for several reasons.
A big third-quarter pullback in clean energy investment suggests 2012 could break a long string of annual increases, Bloomberg New Energy Finance reports.
It was tumultuous 2011 in clean energy, as prices fell, solar installs surged, investment hit record levels and manufacturers and policymakers struggled to cope.