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The CSIRO will sign a technology licensing agreement with a Chinese solar company that could reap millions of dollars in royalties for the national science and industry organisation. The deal with Beijing-based Thermal Focus will allow the company to bid for business in...

source: SMH

A remote tropical island in the South Pacific has managed to rid itself of its reliance on diesel and is now completely powered by solar energy. Ta'u Island, part of American Samoa, is using more than 5,000 solar panels...

source: Independent

With many countries and utilities 100 per cent committed to breaking up with coal, there are positive signs that our world may finally be moving toward a low carbon economy. Morocco — which recently hosted the COP22 summit to discuss implementing the Paris Climate Agreement...

source: Tree Hugger

Pakistan is setting up the world's largest solar park of 1,000 megawatts as part of its plan to promote production of renewable energy in the country, media reports said. "Pakistan has also enacted the National Energy...

source: Indian Express

The Nechalacho project east of Yellowknife has won an award for best use of renewable energy at an exploration site. The rare earth elements project is largely at a standstill, but that didn't stop Avalon Advanced Materials...

source: CBC News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to the astonishment of many Albertans, did something that arguably put the legacy of his father's National Energy Program firmly to bed and more importantly defined Canada's energy future.

source: Calgary Herald


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