Posted November 19, 2009
As of Thursday, November 19, India has an official plan for building an extensive solar power network throughout one of the world's top developing countries.
Posted November 18, 2009
Chinese turbine manufacturer A-Power Energy Systems is going to build a turbine production facility in the U.S.
Posted November 11, 2009
Boston-based energy developer First Wind has brought Utah's largest wind energy project to completion.
Posted November 3, 2009
Climate Change legislation on the Hill has proven to be exactly what we should have expected all along - a partisan bickering match comparable to playground scuffles.
Posted November 2, 2009
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke said on Thursday that China is moving to allow more parts from foreign manufacturers to be included in the Middle Kingdom's domestic wind power projects.
Posted October 28, 2009
A new Solar Bill of Rights was delivered at the Solar Power International Conference on October 27, 2009.
Posted October 27, 2009
So it looks like the government is going to pony up $3.4 billion in grants for smart grid development.
Posted October 26, 2009
N-Vision Energy has announced it will invest up to $210.5 million to build a 100MW wind farm in Bulgaria
Posted October 24, 2009
Thanks to the very real issues of fossil fuel depletion, national security and global climate change, the renewable energy market is the greatest investment opportunity of the 21st century.
Posted October 23, 2009
Contributing editor Tom Schueneman offers his take on the latest global warming research.
Posted October 20, 2009
Honda is now considering launching electric cars in Europe, Japan and the United States.
Posted October 13, 2009
Valued at around $888 million, these orders further solidify Siemens' position as a leading turbine supplier.
Posted October 9, 2009
Editor Sam Hopkins highlights a 3-month ETF chart showing surprising correlation between a leading clean energy ETF and the surging S&P 500.
Posted October 8, 2009
According to a new study, California's goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions will boost the state's economy and lead to significant green job creation.
Posted October 1, 2009
Guest Green Chip editor Emily Rutan discusses the EPA's trump card when it comes to regulating greenhouse gas emissions.