California Assembly passes FiT bill for disadvantaged communities

On May 30th, 2012 the California Assembly passed a bill to create a feed-in tariff (FiT) system specifically for [...]

Japan panel head eyes incentive seen boosting solar power

The head of a Japanese panel suggested on Wednesday that utilities pay 52 cents per kilowatt-hour (kwh) for solar [...]

California bill seeks social justice through renewable energy

In recent years, California has been at the forefront of embracing clean tech and implementing legislation focused on sustainability. [...]

Philippines: RE developers concerned over removal of incentives

RENEWABLE-energy developers are concerned over the possible removal of incentives given under the Renewable Energy Act should the proposed [...]

Arizona Democrats push renewable energy bill

Give money to schools to install solar panels on their roofs. Eliminate extra paperwork for homeowners seeking to install [...]

Launch of feed-in tariff raises expectations for Japan’s PV market

The start of the new scheme–the ‘Renewable Energy Bill’ (‘Bill on Special Measures for the Procurement of Renewable Energy [...]

UK: Pioneering town to drive green policy

A town whose energy-efficiency projects have caught the attention of ministers has been asked to help shape national policy [...]

Borneo: Legislations for Renewable Energy Act 2011 being worked out

MIRI: Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water is now going full speed in making the necessary preparations and [...]

Indonesia: Govt considers new renewable energy policy

The government is mulling over a policy that, if taken forward, will require large energy consumers, including mining, oil [...]

Feed in tariffs: Investing in a renewable energy future

Clean energy skeptics have seized on the failure of Solyndra to argue that scaling up renewable sources is a [...]