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Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is energy which comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat, which are renewable (naturally replenished).

Headlines Around the Web

Consumer benefits lie far ahead

Oct 22 - Financial Times

Shriram EPC wins orders worth Rs 389 crore

Sep 26 - The Times of India

Renewable energy expo witnesses grand opening

Sep 18 - The Times of India

DoT for running towers on renewable energy

Aug 31 - The Times of India

Solar energy boom takes shine off RWE

Aug 14 - Financial Times

France outlines €12bn investment plan

Jul 10 - Financial Times

Enbridge, EDF buy 300 MW Alberta wind project

Apr 08, 2013 - Financial Post

Articles About Renewable Energy

Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott addresses during the CHOGM opening ceremony in Colombo
Australia Remains Silent Amid Global Warming And Calls For Renewable Energy Use

By IBTimes AU

Australia's Great Barrier Reef is known as a World Heritage site and the worsening effects of climate change have sparked fears that it would soon be destroyed and die. (Apr 15)

MORE TOPICS: GLOBAL WARMING, AUSTRALIA, CLIMATE CHANGE, UNITED NATIONS, TONY ABBOTT

Renewable Energy Global Investment Drops 14%; Au Dropped at 4.7 Billion

By IBTimes AU

A new report from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Bloomberg New Energy Finance said that global investments in renewable energy dropped to 14 per cent in 2013 (Apr 08)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, UNITED NATIONS, CLIMATE CHANGE, INVESTMENT

An environmental activist places his hand on a giant globe in a rally demanding more action to battle climate change during the 19th conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP19) in Warsaw November 16, 2013.  REUTERS/Kacp
New Zealand PM John Key Calls on Bigger Countries to Cut Carbon Emissions

By IBTimes AU

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said the country takes the issue of climate change seriously but called on the help of "big emitters" to make some changes or else the problem will only "get worse. (Apr 01)

MORE TOPICS: CLIMATE CHANGE, GLOBAL WARMING

A combination picture shows the Gateway of India monument after (top) and during Earth Hour in Mumbai March 29, 2014.
Earth Hour 2014: Iconic Structures Switch Off Lights in India [PHOTOS]

By IBTimes IN

Earth Hour 2014 was observed across the world on 29 March 2014 between 8.30 pm and 9.30 pm local time. (Mar 30)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, INDIA

Smoke billows out of the towers of the coal-powered Kosovo Power Plant A in Obilic, near Pristina December 5, 2013. Kosovo and the European Union started Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) negotiations in October, an important step in Kosovo's
Rio Tinto Pushes for Carbon Capture & Storage Technologies, Slams Government’s Too Much Focus on Renewable Energy

By IBTimes AU

Mining giant Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) finds the current climate change policy debate too idealistic and over focused on renewable energy. Rio Energy Division Chief Harry Kenyon-Slaney is pushing instead for the Australian government to place more investm... (Mar 24)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, AUSTRALIA, INDIA, CLIMATE CHANGE, RIO TINTO, INVESTMENT

Workers arrange sacks of rice at a warehouse of the National Food Authority in Taguig, Metro Manila March 11, 2014. Overall rice stocks in the Philippines fell to their lowest in four months in February, data showed on Monday, increasing pressure on Manil
Climate Change Could Push and Intensify Global Terrorism – Pentagon

By IBTimes AU

Concerns related to climate change, if continued to be attended, could push and intensify global terrorism movements, according to the 2014 version of Quadrennial Defence Review (QDR) released by the U.S. Department of Defense. (Mar 12)

MORE TOPICS: GLOBAL WARMING, CLIMATE CHANGE

Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott addresses during the CHOGM opening ceremony in Colombo
Climate Change Authority Not Taken Seriously by Australian Government and Tony Abbott

By IBTimes AU

Despite the Climate Change Authority (CCA)'s recommendation for Australia to triple its carbon emissions reduction target, Prime Minister Tony Abbott may be less likely to take the report seriously. (Feb 28)

MORE TOPICS: GLOBAL WARMING, AUSTRALIA, CLIMATE CHANGE, TONY ABBOTT, ELECTIONS

Investments in Renewable Energy Being Questioned Following Hiatus of Global Warming

By IBTimes AU

With the world now experiencing a slowing global warming, sceptics have started questioning the importance and necessity of the investments made into renewable energy by all member nations of planet Earth. But science bodies in the U.S. (Feb 28)

MORE TOPICS: GLOBAL WARMING, AUSTRALIA, RUSSIA, CLIMATE CHANGE

Brixton Windmill
Will Origin Energy’s $900M Wind Project Be Threatened by Renewable Energy Review?

By IBTimes AU

Origin Energy is waiting for the result of the federal government's review of Australia's 20 per cent renewable energy target launched on Monday. The anticipation is because of the potential impact of the policy on Origin's $900-million Stockyard Hill wind project. (Feb 21)

MORE TOPICS: RETAIL, CLIMATE CHANGE

An environmental activist places his hand on a giant globe in a rally demanding more action to battle climate change during the 19th conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP19) in Warsaw November 16, 2013.
IMF Concerned for Australia's Carbon Tax Repeal; Greg Hunt Defends Abbott's Direct Action Policy

By IBTimes AU

Australia has been urged by International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Christine Lagarde to continue being the "pioneer" in the ongoing climate change debate. Ms Lagarde spoke ahead of the G20 meetings and acknowledged Australia... (Feb 17)

MORE TOPICS: IMF, AUSTRALIA, TAX POLICY, CLIMATE CHANGE, INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND, G20, ELECTIONS