But in early March, the number of drilling rigs used in the Gulf was just 14, compared with 145 at the industry’s peak in 2000. The downturn was set off by a drop in oil prices, competition from fracking and other sources and, local businesses will tell …
It’s remarkable that Tesla rocketed from its IPO to surpassing Ford in value in just 7 years. Tesla’s prowess on Wall Street has left many investors miffed. After all, Ford recently announced 2017 sales of over 6.6 million cars worldwide. Meanwhile, Tesla barely cracked sales of 100,000 cars. How could an industry behemoth like Ford be overtaken by this younger, smaller Silicon Valley startup
China has had a fantastically impressive year so far in terms of solar installations, and it doesn’t look like it is planning on stopping anytime soon, as the country managed to install 10.52 GW worth of new solar capacity in July alone.
China Continues Massive Solar Installations With 10.52 GW In July, Already Exceeds 2020 Target was originally published on CleanTechnica.
New figures from the European Commission show that the share of renewable energy in the European Union’s energy consumption has continued to grow, nearing its target of 20% by 2020, reaching 16.7% in 2015.
EU Share Of Renewables Continues To Near 2020 Target was originally published on CleanTechnica.
I honestly love our community of readers here on CleanTechnica. But the size of everything has grown so large that I can’t keep up with Twitter, Google+, Facebook, or even email. I’ve tried and tried and tried. Additionally, while a spend a ton of time in the comments under our articles, I don’t see everything [&hellip
Lily Chimes In On 500,000 In 2018 Tesla Production Target & Santa Monica Solar Mandate — 3 Minutes with Zach (& Lily) was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Shell Canada’s offshore drilling application caught the organization’s attention … It is pretty shocking that Shell can drill off the coast and not cap a spill for three weeks.” The petition was sent out to Canadians only so the vast majority of …
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Originally published on Solar Love. While I’m sure it does not match up to the glory of 8 on the luckiness index, the number 13 is considered quite lucky in China. In Mandarin, “13” is pronounced as “shisan,” which can mean “definitely vibrant” or “assured growth.” And vibrant is exactly how one would describe China’s [&hellip
China 2020 Solar Energy Target = 200 Gigawatts (Rumor) was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Mexico has been in the news for being the first developing country to submit an emissions reduction target for 2030… but it also watered down its short-term renewable energy target. The Mexican government targets 5% electricity from renewable energy sources by 2018. This is substantially lower than the 8.2% target proposed in draft policies issued last
Mexico Cuts Renewable Energy Target For 2018 was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorrath The CEO of Chinese solar giant Yingli Green Energy has told analysts that China’s solar target of 100GW installed by 2020 could be viewed as a minimum, due to the number of factors currently driving demand in the developing country. The comments were made in a conference call
Yingli CEO: China’s Solar Target Of 100GW By 2020 Could Be ‘Minimum’ was originally published on CleanTechnica.
It’s been no surprise to regular readers of CleanTechnica that not only am I Australian, but that I’m relatively unhappy with the current government’s predilection towards abolishing my country’s Renewable Energy Target. Thankfully, I’m not the only one, and Australia’s Clean Energy Council has released a briefing paper outlining the impact of cutting the Renewable Energy
Widespread Job Losses Likely If Renewable Energy Target Abolished In Australia was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.