- 7 Oct 2015:Calling for extension of renewable-energy tax incentives is strange given the avian and bat carnage from windmills.
- Africa should learn from South Africa's renewable energy drive, which has led to a sharp drop in green power prices thanks to benign regulation and infrastructure investment, industry players said on Tuesday.
- 2 Oct 2015:The current subsidy system for on-shore wind energy in Northern Ireland is set to end next April, a year earlier than planned.
- 1 Oct 2015:Toshiba Corp (6502.T) may lay off staff in its underperforming home appliances, TV and PC businesses and seek a partner for its nuclear operations to overhaul the company after a $1.3 billion accounting scandal, its chief executive said on Thursday.
- 30 Sep 2015:Green energy company fined record £200,000 over nuisance calls (Sep 30) - telegraph.com.uk (USE Daily Telegraph (UK))A green energy company which made six million nuisance calls has been handed a record £200,000 fine.
- BIG SUN and SAS sign iPV Solar Tracker exclusive distribution agreement for Germany and Italy
- Brand new fuel cell ferry in full service
- Armed with strong system integration capabilities, Tatung launches smart green building solutions
- Heraeus Photovoltaics consolidates research and development in US
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