The world is increasingly turning to China to find new hope for renewable energy. In 2016 China almost doubled its solar capacity from 42.88 gigawatt in 2015 to 77.42 gigawatt in 2016. Here Christoph Biehl draws on a recent journey across China to share his impressions of the growth of renewable energy.
It is now possible to install wind turbines almost anywhere in the sea, an innovative new design allows them to simply float in deep water with a thick cable teathering them to the seabed. See this link http://www.bbc.com/news/business-40699979
Thirteen organisations and programmes spanning three continents have been chosen as the best in clean energy this year. This year’s winners are truly revolutionising the sustainable energy world. From a free city-wide public bicycle scheme in China helping combat air pollution, to the large-scale restoration of hydro power plants in East Tajikistan, to innovative smart […]