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Green Telecom survey: Asian telcos unprepared for the carbon challenge

| January 2, 2008 | 0 Comments

It is clear from our first Green Telecom survey on climate change awareness in the Asia Pacific telecoms sector that, with the exception of a few leaders, the majority of operators in the region have yet to adopt any policy whatsoever to tackle what has been described as the greatest crisis facing human kind. The […]

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Solar power below US$1/watt

Solar power below US$1/watt

| December 25, 2007 | 0 Comments

2008 will start with some positive trends for renewable energy generation, Nanosolar, a company in Silicon Valley, has managed to lower the cost of solar panels to below the US$1 per watt mark. According to the company’s CEO, Martin Roscheisen, Nanosolar’s panels are the world’s lowest cost solar panel, making the company the first manufacturer […]

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HP sources solar and wind power for Irish, US facilities

| December 21, 2007 | 0 Comments

Joining an increasing number of corporations tapping into alternative energy solutions, HP announced that it has entered into two purchase contracts for solar and wind energy. In the US, HP has entered into an agreement with solar power systems producer and systems integrator, SunPower, to install and maintain a 1-Megawatt solar power generation system at […]

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Business leaders call on UN to develop legally-binding framework to tackle climate change

Business leaders call on UN to develop legally-binding framework to tackle climate change

| December 20, 2007 | 0 Comments

Senior executives from 150 global companies have signed a communiqué to the United Nations calling for a comprehensive, legally-binding framework to combat climate change. Led by The Prince of Wales’s UK and EU Corporate Leaders Groups on Climate Change, which are developed and run by the University of Cambridge Programme for Industry, the communiqué was […]

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Google aims to accelerate renewable energy development

| December 16, 2007 | 0 Comments

Internet-giant Google took the industry by surprise and announced through its Google.org arm that it will launch a new initiative known as RE< C, or renewable energy cheaper than coal. RE < C’s core objective is to build 1 gigawatt of renewable energy capacity at a cost cheaper than current coal power. 1 gigawatt of […]

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