21 January 2015 01:14 PM GMT

SunEdison, Inc. is planning to issue US$350 million in bonds to fund its acquisition of First Wind, which has a portfolio of 1,300 megawatts of projects across the United States.

January 21st 2015
Methes Inks Agreement for US$4 Million Biodiesel Processor License

Methes Energies International Ltd. will receive US$4 million from an agreement it has signed to license its design and software for a 3,000-liter per hour biodiesel processor to manufacture biodiesel processors.

January 21st 2015
Solairedirect Receives US$295 Million for Solar Projects

French project developer Solairedirect has secured Euros 254 million (US$295 million) funding for
photovoltaic plants in France, Chile and India.

January 21st 2015
Apex Signs Agreement to Sell Last 50MW of Capacity from Wind Project

Apex Clean Energy, a developer of wind energy projects, has signed an agreement to sell the last 50 megawatts of capacity from its Grant Wind project to Western Farmers Electric Cooperative.

January 21st 2015
Edeniq Raises US$16 Million From Financing for Cellulosic Technology

Edeniq, the U.S.-based biorefining and cellulosic technology company, has raised US$16 million in equity led by I2BF Global Ventures.

 
January 20th 2015
Abu Dhabi Fund to Offer US$57 Million for Renewables in Developing Countries

The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development has announced plans to offer US$ 57 million in concessional loans for five renewable energy projects in developing countries.

January 20th 2015
Gamesa Wins Contract for First-Ever Wind Project in Jamaica

Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa has won a contract to construct a 24-megawatt wind project in Jamaica, its first ever contract in the country.

January 20th 2015
2014 Warmest Ever Year, Study Reveals

Last year was the warmest since 1880, according to two separate analyses by NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists.

January 19th 2015
India Urged To Accelerate Carbon Emissions Reduction

India has been urged by the United Nations to adopt a more robust carbon emissions target to play a leading role in sustainability, energy efficiency and fight against climate change.

January 19th 2015
U.S. Administration Slammed for Delaying Carbon Regulations for Power Plants

The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity has criticised the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to delay regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power units under its Clean Power Plan to by mid-summer 2015.

January 19th 2015
California to Grant US$18 Million for Clean Energy, Efficiency Projects

The California Energy Commission approved nearly US$18 million to fund alternative energy and efficiency projects to help the state’s meet its climate and energy goals.

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