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Canadian Solar and Satcon’s product eligible for feed-in tariff

Two North American solar companies have partnered to provide customers with complete solar turnkey solutions that meet Ontario’s feed-in tariff domestic content requirements


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Amyris raises funding for Brazil plant

Amyris Biotechnologies moved one step closer towards its goal to commercialize its first renewable product in 2011 by securing $41.75 million in equity funding to support the scale-up of its first commercial plant in Brazil


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Climate change could shave 19 percent off nations’ G.D.P. by 2030

Climate change risks could cost nations up to 19 percent of their gross domestic product by 2030, according to a report from the Economics of Climate Adaption Working Group


A wellspring of hope for Copenhagen

Some of the biggest names in advertising and business have put their weight behind a movement that seeks to mobilize a global community that will compel world leaders to make the right decisions at the final climate change negotiation in Copenhagen in December


Climate change damage comes sooner than expected – report

The effects of climate change are coming faster and sooner, warned a key report just under 80 days before the United Nations convenes world leaders in a crucial conference in Copenhagen


Arizona company embarks on state-wide solar power initiative

An alternative energy company has launched an initiative to install solar energy systems in schools and government facilities throughout Arizona following a recent ruling for commercial-scale installations


South Korea lowers duties on renewable energy products

South Korea is cutting down tariffs on green products by as much as 50 percent to further boost low-carbon related industries and encourage local use of equipments for renewable energy generation


Energy department allots $ 106 million for local green projects

The United States Department of Energy will award $106 million to nine states in support of energy efficiency and conservation projects under a grant scheme


Canada to hold national discussions on renewables

Lisa Raitt, Canada’s minister of natural resources, announced on Wednesday that the government would be conducting three national roundtable sessions for advancing renewable energy production and clean energy research


E.U. tries to set a green example

Leading the world in the energy market and in climate campaigns, the European Union demonstrates how hard at work it is to help stem the worst impacts of changing climate conditions


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