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US-China Relations, Solar Energy & Trade: Radical Rethink, Restructuring Required

May 4th, 2012 | by Andrew

A "race to the top" or a "race to the bottom"? China-US ties have reached a a pivotal point as China's economy has rapidly grown to be one of the largest in the world. The US-China solar energy trade dispute highlights inherent tensions, which have profound implications in terms of climate change, as well for energy, food and national security


Clapping with One Hand: IEA Applauds Clean, Renewable Energy Progress, Urges Energy Officials to Move Faster

April 27th, 2012 | by Andrew

Applauding the progress being made in developing and deploying renewable energy and clean technologies, the International Energy Agency (IEA), in its latest annual report, also says that they are not being deployed fast enough. Presented to energy ministers, secretaries and members of leading private and public sector renewable energy and clean tech organizations at the 3rd Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) in London, the IEA, in its "Tracking Clean Energy Progress" report, highlights rapidly growing use of renewable energy and clean technologies in nations around the world, concluding, however, that progress isn't fast enough to meet international targets for reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, mitigating climate change and thereby providing a secure energy system


Clean Energy Policy News

April 22nd, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

  Aside from the 20 or so clean energy policy and politics stories we’ve published in the past week, here [&hellip


Ontario Leads Canada’s Record-Setting Wind Power Expansion

April 19th, 2012 | by Andrew

Following on a record 2011, 2012 should be another record-beating year for Canadian wind energy, according to GWEA and CanWEA forecasts, bringing long-term employment, sizable increases in private and public sector revenues and substantial environmental benefits



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