Startseite
News
© photocase.de
Bookmark and Share
 
Page ... 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 ...Previous pageNext page
Article 441-450 from 2297

:: Japan Set to Become World’s Largest Solar Revenue Market in 2013 as Installations Boom in Q1

+ 01.06.2013 + Japan’s solar installations surged by a stunning 270 percent (in gigawatts (GW)) in the first quarter of 2013, positioning the country to surpass Germany to become the world’s largest photovoltaics (PV) market in terms of revenue this year.

:: Identifying hotspots: Climate Impacts World Conference

+ 31.05.2013 + Researchers identified a number of hotspots both of global climate change impacts and the science that deals with them.

:: Early estimates of CO2 emissions from energy use

+ 30.05.2013 + In 2012, CO2 emissions in the EU27 are expected to have decreased by 2.1% compared with 2011.

:: Russia Approves Subsidy Program to Boost Renewable-Energy Output

+ 29.05.2013 + Russia approved an incentive program to boost renewable-energy production, targeting almost 6 gigawatts of new capacity by 2020 and its first solar parks.

:: Citigroup: How solar module prices could fall to 25c/watt

+ 28.05.2013 + Energy analysts at global investment bank Citigroup suggest that the cost of solar PV modules could fall beyond most expectations in coming years – and reach a cost of just 25c a watt by 2020.

:: CSUN celebrates the official grand opening of its Turkish factory

+ 27.05.2013 + CSUN, a specialized manufacturer of solar cells and modules will celebrate the official grand opening of its Turkey factory on May.

:: Japan Plans Low-Interest Loans for Rooftop Solar, Nikkei Says

+ 25.05.2013 + Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry plans to provide low-interest loans to companies that borrow residential rooftop space for solar power generation, the Nikkei newspaper reported.

:: Cuba: The Disregarded Energy Revolution

+ 24.05.2013 + Almost unnoticed by the public, but also by energy experts in Germany, an energy revolution took place in Cuba ("revolución energética") which, in some respects, goes further than the German energy shift.

:: Group told to pay thousands for public info on troubled nuke plant

+ 24.05.2013 + An environmental citizens group says the time has come for an investigation into the troubled Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant.

:: Report 2013: World increasingly dangerous for refugees and migrants

+ 23.05.2013 + Global inaction on human rights is making the world an increasingly dangerous place for refugees and migrants, Amnesty International said today as it launched its annual assessment of the world’s human rights.

Page ... 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 ...Previous pageNext page
Article 441-450 from 2297

Also in Social Web

facebook twitter youtube

Select font size

regular medium big

book recommendation

www.sonnenseite.com/News,The+New+Religious+Intolerance,80,a29514.html

Search

book recommendation

www.sonnenseite.com/News,Hillary+Rodham+Clinton+Hard+Choices,80,a28858.html

Wind Energy International

http://wwindea.org/home/index.php?option=com_performs&formid=3&Itemid=85

Booktip

www.sonnenseite.com/News,The+Race+for+Whats+Left,80,a22140.html

book recommendation

www.sonnenseite.com/News,Managing+Without+Growth-+Slower+by+Design-+Not+Disaster,80,a17676.html

Decoupling

www.sonnenseite.com/News,Decoupling,80,a21165.html

new energy 3/2014

http://www.newenergy.info/sites/default/files/inhalt_ny_1403.pdf

Interview

The Dalai Lama: “Tibet will be free”
The TV reporter Franz Alt spoke with the spiritual and political leader of Tibet beforehand about peace and human rights. more
Bigi+Franz Alt
Chris Alt