Michigan’s Consumers Energy to Seek 5GW of Solar by 2030 Under Clean Energy Plan

Consumers and DTE Energy agreed to commit to a “50% clean energy goal” by 2030 — a plan that [...]

Ministry Aims to Revise Law to Push Ahead with Energy Policies in South Korea

The South Korean government is setting out to amend its energy law and elevate the status of the national [...]

Odisha, India Mulls New Renewable Energy Policy

Rough assessments put state’s gross renewable energy potential at 53,820 Mw. To tap the opportunity in the non-conventional sources [...]

Nigerian Federal Government to Reinvigorate Rural Electrification Agency. Pledges Renewable Energy Policy Soon

Determined to lift the Rural Electrification Agency’s activities to an enviable height, the Federal Government is set to harness [...]

Changes Sought in Renewable Energy Policy in India

India can save up to 78 per cent in subsidies provided to the green energy sector by making adjustments [...]

Top EU Companies Call for Strong Renewable Energy Policy

Eight of Europe’s top companies have urged Brussels to produce a strong 2030 climate and energy framework, including an ambitious [...]

How ‘Stop-Start’ Policies Hamper Renewable Energy Growth

“Stop-Start” renewable energy policies have stifled consistent growth and frustrated investors, according to the American Council on Renewable Energy [...]

New EU Support for Renewable Energy Policy in Nigeria

Today, the European Commission announced €27 million of financial support to help improve the renewable energy policy in Nigeria. [...]

North Carolina Definitively Defeats Effort to Repeal Renewable Energy Policy

A bill to repeal the US state of North Carolina’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Standard (REPS) has stalled [...]

Nepal Striving for a Strong Renewable Energy Policy

The government introduced a revised subsidy policy back in February to increase the spread of renewable energy technologies in [...]