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Urban Planning Requires A Global Approach


Urban planning cannot take place in a vacuum. It requires a global perspective in order to be effective.

India: NTPC Utility Invites Bids For 250MW Solar Electricity In Karnataka


NTPC, the largest utility in India, has invited bids for the development of 250MW of solar capacity in the Pavagada Solar Park in Karnataka.

India To Offer Subsidies To Domestic, Foreign Solar Module Manufacturers


The Indian government is planning new measures to promote domestic manufacturing of solar power equipment following another setback from the World Trade Organisation earlier this month.

Egypt Changes Solar Power Scheme To Attract International Investors


Egypt plans to change regulations for the next push of solar power expansion following concerns raised by some international project developers.

China NEA Drafts Proposed Cuts To 2017 Solar FiTs


The National Energy Administration (NEA) of China has published its draft version of proposed 2017 feed-in tariff (FiT) levels for ground mount and distributed generation PV power plants.

Mexico Taps 23 Auction Bidders On Developing $4 Billion In Renewable Energy Projects


According to Energy Business Review, Mexico has selected 23 bidders for the development of $4 billion worth of photovoltaic solar, wind and other clean energy projects.

Mexico Taps 23 Auction Bidders On Developing $4 Billion In Renewable Energy Projects


According to Energy Business Review, Mexico has selected 23 bidders for the development of $4 billion worth of photovoltaic solar, wind and other clean energy projects.

Let’s Make Refugee Cities Instead Of Refugee Camps


A refugee city would attract capital and provide stability for some of the 63 million refugees in the world, according to economist Mark Lutter.

UL Courting Solar Market With New Acquisition


Independent global testing and certification body UL (Underwriters Laboratory) has acquired renewable energy engineering services and support firm, AWS Truepower for an unspecified sum.

Indian State Of Andhra Pradesh Eyes 25% Renewable Energy Share By 2022


The state of Andhra Pradesh in India has proposed the most ambitious renewable energy target among all states.

India’s SECI Reports Record-Low Bids In 450MW Maharashtra Solar Auction


Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has awarded 450MW of solar capacity in the state of Maharashtra, with the lowest collective set of bids involving viability gap funding (VGF) to date.

NYC Agressively Targets 100MWh Electricity Storage By 2020, Boosting Solar Plays


New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has issued aggressive targets for New York City electricity storage and solar capacity, totaling 100MWh of storage by 2020 and 1GW of solar capacity by 2030.

Inner Mongolia Solar Tender Shows Lowest Bids For Solar Electricity


A tender for 1GW of capacity in Inner Mongolia shows China’s lowest ever bids for solar electricity, according to a report from Reuters.

India’s Madhya Pradesh Eyes 2.2 GW With New Rooftop Solar Power Policy


Another Indian state has approved a rooftop solar power policy with a target to contribute towards the ambitious target of 40 GW installed rooftop solar power capacity in the country by March 2022.

SolarReserve to Develop 200MW Of Urban Solar Farms in South Africa


Urban solar farms are now being explored in South Africa under a grant awarded by the US Trade and Development Agency.

1.5 Degree Climate Chances “Not Dead Yet,” But Gone Within A Decade

Disturbing news came out of a meeting in Oxford, England, last week. Over 200 researchers, policy makers, businesspeople, and members of civil society met to reexamine Earth’s deadline for human sustainability.

Open-Source Climate Change Data From NASA, NOAA, & Others Available For 1st Time


Climate change has many components — rising sea levels, alterations in rainfall patterns, and an increase in severe storm activity, among others.

Kazakhstan To Push For Renewable Energy Despite Low Oil Prices


Kazakhstan plans to aggressively invest in renewable energy in the next decade inspite of the current and prevailing low oil prices.

Brooklyn’s Largest Church is Going Solar


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org Founded in 1979, the Christian Cultural Center (CCC) is the largest church in Brooklyn.

Denmark To Help Indonesia Develop Wind Energy Projects


Denmark and Indonesia have signed an agreement to promote and expand renewable energy infrastructure in the south-east Asian country.


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