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A Masdar-led consortium has selected Canadian Solar to supply modules for the phase III of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai. Canadian Solar recently announced that it will ship 268 megawatts of solar PV modules for Read more…


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has offered more than $450 million to various project developers planning to set up utility-scale solar power projects in Egypt. The Bank has offered loans worth $458 million to a total of Read more…


EDF Energies Nouvelles has announced that it sees India as a major renewable energy market for its further expansion. Talking to an Indian daily, EDF Energies Nouvelles Chief Executive Antoine Cahuzac stated that his company aims to invest US$2 billion Read more…


Companies from US, Europe, India, China and Japan have expressed interest in bidding, and eventually developing, 350 MW solar power projects in Abu Dhabi. A total of 34 companies or consortiums have qualified as bidders for the 350 MW solar Read more…


Google kicked off 2013 with an announcement about a new, $200 million equity investment in a wind farm in west Texas. The wind farm can generate enough electricity to power 60,000 average U.S. homes. The Spinning Spur Wind Project is Read more…


According to the French utility EDF, the French solar PV capacity reached in March 3,000 MW, with over 2,672 MW in mainland France and 339 MW in Corsica and overseas. According to the data: the total capacity grew by 15 Read more…


While I was visiting my family in the Region of Lorraine – North Eastern France – I came across two distinct news illustrating the possible future of the region, and in a way, of the whole country. The first one Read more…


On Monday the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its latest country report on France. These reports are generally issued every five years. Although France has not been immune to the global economic downturn, the climate change plan known as the Read more…


From a comfortable distance the BP oil disaster is depressing and horrific. But up close, it’s worse. Two days in the Gulf of Mexico left me enraged – and deeply resolved. Both the widespread damage and the inadequacy of the Read more…

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