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Vol. IX Issue. 48
Canada loses WTO appeal in renewable energy case, EU says
14 May 2013
Canada has lost an appeal at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in a landmark case over incentives offered to local companies, the European Union (EU) said. Japan and the European Union brought the case over a scheme intended to promote renewable energy in the province of Ontario.
Sharp's loss at solar unit narrows after incentives introduced
Impax considering backing solar cos in China, Europe, US
South Africa agrees to buy 1,043 MW in 2nd stage of clean power plan
Ted Turner taking coal funds to create solar odd couple
Australia cuts carbon price forecast for 2015 by more than half
Beijing to speed up building reclaimed water plants
Coal mines' methane curbs fall victim to EPA budget cuts
World Cup energy demand favoring gas over wind in Brazil
US water utilities to spend $2 bn on smart meters through 2020
Brazil to spend more on sugar-cane processing research work
Evogene signals possible US listing as Israel 'not enough'
Melting ice cap draws China, Japan to seek Arctic riches
Nippon Paper, Mitsubishi to build 21 MW solar plant in Japan
ONGC's first green building inaugurated
Reliance Power solar-thermal plant stalled by water delay
India must develop own climate model: US expert
Schneider Electric launches solar power solutions in India
'Rajasthan national leader in solar energy'
BYPL plans solar power generation
India to declare 2013 as Water Conservation Year
Govt gives nod for first 60 MW solar power plant in TN
Wind energy dropped 1.5 GW due to withdrawal of incentives
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