The purpose of this study is to gain a more differentiated picture of the impact of the global financial crisis on the renewable energy sector by determining changes and trends in investment flows for renewable energy technologies and companies as the cost of capital rises and access to credit becomes more difficult.

From the New Deal to responses to blackouts, history teaches us that crisis times can result in salutary reforms. Recent international economic developments

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Conference stresses need for minimal carbon emission

Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) Wednesday signed an agreement with ABB, a Japanese firm to help the consumers for electricity conservancy to minimise the ever-increasing power demand in the metropolis.

CHENNAI: Energy security issues are likely to become more important than ever before in these times of great uncertainty caused by the global recession, Reinhold Babel, representative of the Hanns Seidel Foundation, a Munich-based agency that seeks to promote peace, democracy and development.

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An ambitious plan to lower municipal electricity bills THE Centre will monitor electricity consumption pattern of municipalities from March. This is to reduce the 10 per cent power deficit and 16 per cent peak power deficit in the country.

Standards in six months likely THE Bureau of Energy Efficiency (bee) is preparing new labeling standards for cfls (compact fluorescent lamps) based on light output. Like other consumer electronics such as refrigerators, air-conditioners and fans, cfls would also be given star ratings

Power lines stretching across continents would allow us to ditch fossil fuels for good