The global index provider FTSE Russell has launched a new entry in the FTSE All-World ex Fossil Fuels Index Series — the new FTSE All-World ex Coal Index Series.
The world’s fastest charging electric bus is now operating in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo.
China’s policymakers are working on a new initiative for spurring the usage of green vehicles, taking their cue from measures previously launched in the state of California.
The International Finance Corporation will assist Zambia to set up two of its first utility-scale solar power projects in an attempt to help the African country deal with an electricity shortage.
Go-Ahead London has contracted BYD Company + Alexander Dennis Limited to provide 51 emissions-free, all-electric buses as part of a £19 million deal between the groups, according to a recent press
New figures from GTM Research have revealed that, of the 1.2 gigawatts of residential solar installed in the US in 2014, 72% was third-party owned.
The Japanese International Cooperation Agency has finalised plans to fund solar power parks in various states of India.
Last Friday, North America’s SkyPower announced that it would be signing a solar deal with Kenya for a 1 gigawatt (1,000 megawatt), $2.2 billion development project.
We’ve come to rely on Google Street View for everything from roads to hiking paths to coral reefs, but we may soon rely on it for something even more important – mapping urban air pollution.
A Dutch district court has ordered the Netherlands to cut greenhouse gas emissions to 25% lower than 1990 levels by 2020.
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