Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has launched an attack on the solar industry in his state.
Photo credit: GE Power Conversion By Hani Majzoub Dubai is a city with ambition and a reputation for breaking records. While the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has become synonymous with oil, much […]
Photo credit: Lund University. By Anders Lorenzen We know that the efficiency of solar panels is increasing, while the costs are coming down year by year, highlighting it is as one of […]
Why has solar failed to take off in Africa?
Workers at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum solar park near Dubai. Photo credit: First Solar. By Rebecca Clark Neoen S.A.S, the leading French renewable energy company and First Solar, Inc. have […]
The Si2 crosses the Red Sea. By Anders Lorenzen Photos: © Solar Impulse The solar powered flight, Solar Impulse (Si2) have completed their record-breaking around the world flight. Si2 lands in […]
The launch of IPPR’s London Global Green City report. By Anders Lorenzen London Global Green City, is the title of a new report by the think tank, the Institute for […]
Enthusiastic kids in front of the Watly machine in Ghana. Photo credit: Watly. By Anders Lorenzen Many communities in the developing world still lack access to clean and sanitised drinking water, making […]
Pakistan’s Parliament building. Photo credit: Hussain Kevin from Wikimedia. By Katie Morrey International relations between Pakistan and China have taken a leap forward in recent weeks with the Pakistani parliament building becoming […]
Photo credit: Sterling College via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Despite US Republicans, who control both the Senate and the House, having lambasted the groundbreaking global Paris Agreement on climate change, which was […]