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:: Solar photovoltaic market continues to grow in Europe and around the world

+ 25.01.2012 + The European Photovoltaic Industry Association’s (EPIA) new Market Report 2011 shows important increase in grid-connected capacity of PV systems, but changing economics will require development of new markets in the world.

:: DESERTEC Foundation: Tunisian sun will light European homes by 2016

+ 25.01.2012 + That future begins in the Saharan deserts of Tunisia with a project called "TuNur".

:: Solar ink takes world off standby

+ 24.01.2012 + They seem so inconsequential: that little red light on your television, the laptop’s gently pulsing beacon.

:: New Munich Re cover insures PV module operators against manufacturer’s insolvency risk

+ 23.01.2012 + Munich Re has launched a new insurance product, complementing its performance guarantee cover for photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers, that insures against the risk of their insolvency.

:: World Future Council: Power to the People

+ 21.01.2012 + The World Future Council has produced the following film dealing with access to sustainable renewable energy in Africa.

:: Decoupling

+ 20.01.2012 + When economic growth leads to increasing resource scarcity and environmental impacts, can one strategically decouple these major categories?

:: Cargo boat and US navy ship powered by algal oil in marine fuel trials

+ 18.01.2012 + Substituting biofuel for bunker fuel may bring about revolution in world's shipping fleets.

:: At Abu Dhabi forum, Ban calls for ensuring clean energy future for all

+ 16.01.2012 + Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday called on participants at a forum in Abu Dhabi to help advance the goal of a clean energy future for all, stressing the advantages of renewables for communities, for economic growth and for the planet.

:: Clean-Energy Investment Rises to $260B

+ 16.01.2012 + Renewable energy investment rose 5 percent to a record $260 billion last year driven by a surge in solar developments and increased spending in the U.S., Bloomberg New Energy Finance said.

:: Garments treated with antibacterial substances a threat to health and the environment

+ 14.01.2012 + The Swedish Chemicals Agency has analysed 30 textile articles with respect to their contents of three antibacterial agents (biocides); silver, triclosan and trichlocarban.

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