renewable energy

These days, innovation in mining has to be more than just about shoring-up a company’s bottom-line.
Renewable energy's days as the industry's disruptive stepchild are nearly over, says John McIlveen, senior vice president of Jacob Securities.
As the political and financial pressures on fossil fuels mount, investors are starting to explore the renewable energy space with an eye toward reaping its potential.
With the year 2014 already measured to be one of the warmest on record, with particular warm and sunny anomalies in Europe, the large renewable fraction of power production in Germany continues to show a distinct trend.
In this interview with The Energy Report, the senior vice president and director of research at Ardour Capital Investments explains how the recent market correction affects both the cleantech and waste-management companies in his portfolio. His advice throughout: Be patient.
Next time you get into your car and drive to the supermarket, think about how much energy you consume on an annual basis.
Mining companies are often seen as dinosaurs when it comes to making changes that will benefit the environment, but that perception may be shifting as some companies turn to renewable energy to cut costs and lighten their carbon footprint.
A Brazilian renewable energy company will build a new 386.1-megawatt complex of wind farms.