GTM Research has published a new report this week investigating the potential impact of introducing various levels of tariffs on the solar industry as a result of the Section 201 trade case currently in front of the US International Trade Commission.
GTM Research Analyzes Impact Of Solar Tariff In 12 Charts was originally published on CleanTechnica.
It's very easy to slam oil & gas giants for their role in global emissions and their hesitance to give up luxurious lifestyles and steady revenue streams — not to mention conspiratorial tricks and scams when those are at play, which they sometimes are. But there are also a couple of things to consider
The UAE Has Become A Cleantech Hub, Because Leadership (CleanTechnica Exclusive) was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Customs officials in India have suddenly decided that imported solar panels are subject to import duties totaling 10.5%. So far, the national government has not taken steps to resolve the issue.
Local Politicians Throwing India Solar Power Plans Into Chaos was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Lancaster, California, produces more solar power per capita than any other city in the state. Devastated by the recession of 2009, when unemployment rose to 17%, the city has made its commitment to solar the basis of its economic rebirth. Today it is home to the BYD truck and bus factory, which just finished an expansion that tripled its original size
Lancaster (California) Is “Solar Power Capital Of The Universe” was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Over weekend, on the way back from Porto, we had a "vision of hell" — it had been a long time since we had such a stressful road trip. At 4:00 pm on Sunday, we decided to go back earlier than usual, as storm Ophelia was said to arrive to our shores during the night. The weather was unusually hot, 35°C, and windy
The self-driving vehicle tech firm Voyage, which spun off from Udacity earlier in 2017, has begun testing autonomous cars in a San Jose retirement community, according to recent reports
Voyage (Udacity Spinoff) Testing Self-Driving Vehicles In San Jose Retirement Community was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Yesterday’s news about the Paris Climate Accords has provoked a groundswell of commitments for local action on climate change. But what can cities actually do in the absence of federal support?
Already a global leader in building sustainability legislation and initiatives, the European market for energy efficient building technologies is expected to grow from $83.5 billion in 2017 to $111.9 billion in 2026.
European Spending On Energy Efficient Building Technologies In 2026 To Near $112 Billion was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The installed capacity of energy storage for microgrids is expected to increase dramatically over the next decade, with nearly 15 gigawatts of new cumulative capacity and revenue worth $22.3 billion, according to a new report from Navigant Research.
Installed Energy Storage For Microgrids Through 2026 Worth Over $22 Billion was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Swedish power company Vattenfall has announced it has begun moving forward on developing the mammoth 1.8 GW Norfolk Vanguard Offshore Wind Farm, which is expected to be completed and operational sometime in the mid-2020s.
Vattenfall Begins Moving Forward On 1.8 Gigawatt Norfolk Vanguard Offshore Wind Farm was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The UK will invest more than £2.5 billion ($3.31 billion) into research and development efforts aimed at helping achieve carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions reductions targets, as outlined in plans unveiled by the UK's government on Thursday
UK To Spend >£2.5 Billion Through 2021 On CO2 Emissions Reductions Research was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Many people think humanity will be able to "science its way out" of a climate catastrophe. Actually, the cure could be worse than the disease.
Geo-Engineering: Can We “Science Our Way” Out Of A Climate Catastrophe? was originally published on CleanTechnica.
For the third year now, the student team from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has taken first place in the "Cruiser Class" at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia
TU/e Team Wins World Solar Challenge “Cruiser Class” Solar Car Race For 3rd Time was originally published on CleanTechnica.
LeBron James has added a new corporation to his already robust endorsement portfolio of Nike, Coca-Cola, Beats by Dre, Verizon, and Kia Motors. Welcome to the Lebron James empire, Intel. The company known for its processors has branched out into the Internet of Things (IoT), Associative Memory AI, climate research with Arctic conservationists, commercial drones, and self-driving car technology. And the latter is where LeBron James comes in. His important assignment is to build trust in autonomous vehicles
LeBron James Pitches For Driverless Cars, Intel Takes Risks With Media Campaign was originally published on CleanTechnica.
BMW has introduced a new electric bike that seems pretty interesting ... for those who can afford it anyways, as the MSRP of €3,400 ($4,025) is pretty steep. That said, the 504 Wh battery and 250 W + 90 N·m (66 pound-feet) of torque of the new BMW Active Hybrid e-bike seem to make the model pretty enticing
BMW Active Hybrid E-Bike — 250 W, 66 Pound-Feet Of Torque, 504 Wh Battery Pack was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Leading global oil company Royal Dutch Shell announced that it is buying one of Europe’s largest and most highly regarded EV charging provider, NewMotion
It’s Over: Oil Giant Shell Doubles Down On EV Charging Stations was originally published on CleanTechnica.
If President Trump is serious about protecting US manufacturing jobs, he has a strange way of showing it. In just the past few days, his Energy Secretary Rick Perry proposed new protections for coal and nuclear power plants, which were met with a hail of invective from, well, pretty much everybody, including leading manufacturers as well as other top US businesses.
Despite Clean Power Plan Rollback, Everybody Still Hates Coal (CT Exclusive Interview) was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The Switzerland-based company Climeworks has now officially begun extracting carbon dioxide from the air in Iceland and sequestering it underground where it is expected to slowly turn to stone, as part of a pilot demonstration of the technology
Climeworks Begins Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Extraction Tech Testing In Iceland was originally published on CleanTechnica.
CleanTech Talk starts off this week with a clip from professional wrestler Daniel “The Progressive Liberal” Richards. (The clip played on the show starts at the 0:27 mark from this YouTube video.)
We Need To Learn From Wrestling. Yes. (Cleantech Talk #36) was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Autonomy starts in just a few days. I will be headed over there (to Paris) with my smart and funny cleantech pal Kuba Stechly. I will be moderating two panels at the conference, but it would have been somewhere at the top of my list of "conferences to squeeze out some time to attend" anyway due to the integrated, full-picture, and insightfully future-focused approach it brings to the world. It's not just about electric cars, not just about cleantech, not just about alternative transport, and not just about city planning. It's about bicycling, walking, city planning, robotaxis, electric cars, electric scooters, EV charging, mobility as a service, the internet of things, and much more. Bringing his own strong commitment to personal action to my inbox, Kuba suggested that we take a Tesla Shuttle to Paris instead of flying
Poland To Paris — Our “31 Hour” Tesla Model S Road Trip To & From Autonomy was originally published on CleanTechnica.