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Canadian firms seeking partners in India in renewable energy

As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. NEW DELHI: As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. … Continue reading

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Canadian firms seeking partners in India in renewable energy

As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. NEW DELHI: As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. … Continue reading

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Canadian firms seeking partners in India in renewable energy

As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. NEW DELHI: As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. … Continue reading

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Canadian firms seeking partners in India in renewable energy

As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. NEW DELHI: As many as 16 companies from Canada are exploring partnership opportunities with Indian firms in the renewable energy space. … Continue reading

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Island tourism: IRENA and UNWTO to promote renewable energy

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), an intergovernmental organization dedicated to supporting countries’ efforts to adopt renewable energy, and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the United Nations specialized agency for tourism, have joined forces to promote the use of renewable … Continue reading

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The cynical money person’s guide to our renewable energy future

I’ve been covering the carbon divestment movement on and off for Grist since I started here nearly a year ago. Divestment makes unusual waves because it encourages moving money around for reasons of both morality and enlightened self-interest. It also … Continue reading

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When it comes to renewable energy, is Alabama closed for business?: guest …

By Andy Bowman For decades Alabama has been a jobs and investment juggernaut, one of the country’s fiercest competitors for new industry.  The state can rightfully crow about its successes drawing new business in the auto, aerospace and aviation sectors, … Continue reading

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Taiwan committed to developing renewable energy: President Ma

Ma Ying-jeou speaks at the Youth Policy Forum in Taipei, Aug. 31. (File photo/Fang Chun-che) President Ma Ying-jeou reiterated Sunday that Taiwan remains committed to the development of renewable energy and will continue pursuing new energy resources. “This is an … Continue reading

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RPT-Cavernous Swiss power plant undermined by renewable energy

(Repeats story published on Sunday, with no changes) * Utilities Axpo, Alpiq build huge pumped storage plants * Flood of midday solar power undermines business model * New projects in Switzerland, Austria, Germany put on ice * Pumped storage remains … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Now Accounts For 80% Of New Generation (What’s The …

Policy Politics Published on September 1st, 2014 by Tina Casey 6 September 1st, 2014 by Tina Casey  According to the latest report from the International Energy Agency, renewable energy now accounts for 80 percent of new generation among the 34 … Continue reading

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