developing Archive

23 Nov 2015

Developing Countries Attracted Record $126 Billion In Clean Energy Investment In 2014

A new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance has found that developing nations attracted a record $ 126 billion in clean energy investment in 2014. Clean energy investment of $ 126 billion represents an increase of $
21 May 2015

C40 Initiative Will Help Developing Cities Access Climate Funds

As we’ve discussed before, the cities of the world are playing an important part in mitigating and adapting to climate change. The 10-year-old city-founded C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group now comprises over 75 of the world’s greatest
27 Feb 2015

Pattern Energy + Cemex Developing 1 Gigawatt Of Renewable Energy Projects In Mexico

The US based renewable energy company Pattern Energy is partnering with the Mexican construction company Cemex to form a joint venture to develop projects in Mexico, according to recent reports. The announcement of the new joint venture
10 Sep 2014

Scatec Solar, Norfund To Jointly Finance Solar Power Projects in Developing, Least Developed Countries

Scatec Solar & Norfund have formed a joint venture company that will fund solar power projects in some of the world’s least developed countries Scatec Solar, Norfund To Jointly Finance Solar Power Projects in Developing, Least Developed
15 Jul 2014

Acciona Energia Developing Its First PV Plant In Chile, First Phase Of 300 MW Pampa Camarones Solar Project

The Spain-based renewable energy developer Acciona Energia will soon be entering the Chilean market — with its debut being the development of the 7.2 MW first phase of a 300 MW “mega-project” being built in the country’s
10 Jul 2014

Daimler, BMW Group Are Developing Inductive Charging for Cars

In a recent press release by the BMW Group, the company outlines plans to develop and implement a standardized technology for inductive charging of electric cars and plug-in hybrids. The Daily Fusion
15 May 2014

Electrifying the Developing World: A Chat with BBOXX CEO Mansoor Hamayun

One of our sessions during the Cleantech Forum Europe that will be held in Stockholm (May 19-21) is titled the 10 Year Track – How we (can have) Impact.  The theme is about how European companies are
17 Apr 2014

Startup Invents a ‘Homemade’ Solar Lamp for Developing Countries

The solar lamp developed by LEDsafari, a young startup from Lausanne, is a more effective, safer, and less expensive form of illumination than the traditional oil lamp currently used by more than one billion people in the
12 Mar 2014

This $1 origami microscope could boost education and healthcare in developing nations

You remember your high school biology lab’s microscopes: heavy, complicated and expensive machines that you wouldn’t dare take home, let alone into the field. Now imagine one made of paper. The Foldscope project, which went live online
24 Feb 2014

Report: LG developing a smartwatch for Google, possibly around Google Now

Get ready for a new Nexus device – on your wrist. According to the Wall Street Journal, LG’s head of mobile Jong-seok Park told a group of reporters in Seoul that the company is working on a