By the International Energy Agency | 14 June 2012
The world is in need of a major transition to satisfy skyrocketing energy needs. Government policies will be crucial in the deployment of renewable energy, especially in emerging or developing economics.
By TED.com | 12 June 2012
How much land mass would renewables need to power a nation like the UK? Information theorist and computer scientist David MacKay does a reality check.
The world faces two energy challenges, according to Dr Noeleen Heyzer, Under-Secretary General and Executive Secretary of the United Nations (UN) Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
By Hiroshi Hashimoto, the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) | 17 April 2012
Offshore wind turbine projects are becoming a centre of focus these days, mainly due to reduced availability of space onshore and technological limit of enlarging turbine sizes for efficiency.
TED.com, 22 March 2012
What's the key to using alternative energy, like solar and wind?
By Melissa Low, Energy Analyst, Energy Studies Institute | 2 April 2012
Rare earth elements are attracting attention today, thanks to the trade disputes and a highly-controversial rare earth processing facility in Malaysia.
At the 5th World Future Energy Summit (WFES) held in Abu Dhabi this week, Minister S Iswaran announced that Singapore is seeking membership in IRENA, and shared the city-state's ongoing part in the global clean energy economy.