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Intel's investment arm made its first cleantech investments in China, pumping $20 million into Trony Solar and an undisclosed amount into NP Holdings.
The owner of Florida Power and Light will build less wind-power capacity than originally planned. Is this news a sign of a larger industry decrease in renewable-energy spending?
That was the big question on the first day of the Renewable Energy Finance Forum in Seattle. Green energy executives weigh-in on the answer.
Duke Energy presented to the North Carolina Utilities Commission a distributed solar project that calls for spending $50 million instead of $100 million to install solar panels on rooftops and the ground. Here's why the project was revised.
China's growing role as producer and consumer of renewable energy technologies, continues to be an attractive draw for investors.
The head of BP's wind and solar business says money for funding renewable-energy projects has disappeared. He also thinks wind-turbine makers should focus on developing technologies, not farms.
Elon Musk, new CEO at startup Tesla Motors, says things are looking up for the company, which he claims was 'overstaffed.'
Google's charitable arm is going to fund a study on how the United States and China can collaborate on solar and wind energy generation, energy storage and grid tech.