Japan’s Feed-in-Tariff energy system under way

Japan has taken its first step in spreading the use of renewable energy with Sunday’s start of a feed-in [...]

The end of clean energy subsidies?

The federal government has given generously to the clean energy industry over the last few years, funneling billions of [...]

US House spending bill would cut DOE renewables, boost nuclear

The US House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday passed on to the full chamber a Department of Energy spending bill [...]

Renewable energy potential in Armenia

Renewable energy development has been slow in the past, but its application throughout the world is accelerating. Policies to [...]

World: 10 reasons renewable energy may beat the projections

Five percent? That’s the EIA’s projected global increase in renewable energy generation by the year 2035. You’d think that [...]

UK: Green energy policies could add £300 to household fuel bills

Downing Street advisers have warned that green energy policies could add £300 to annual household fuel bills, putting them [...]

Investors confused by new energy laws

The green energy law that will become effective in 10 months still has to clarify some important issues, such [...]

International: Australia carbon farming; Japan feed-in tariff; German renewable energy railways

Australia Farmers to Benefit from Carbon Trading Australia’s Parliament is expected to pass the world’s first nationwide system for [...]

Japan’s clean energy bill may falter on lawmaker’s ties to utilities

Prime Minister Naoto Kan’s plan to shift Japan toward renewable energy following the Fukushima nuclear accident faces resistance from [...]