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PARIS, April 24 (Reuters) - French gas utility GDF Suez said on Friday it was changing its name to "Engie" to reflect an evolving energy sector and the group's growing involvement in renewable power, marking a break from its former state monopoly past.
TOKYO, April 24 (Reuters) - Japan's government has proposed making nuclear energy account for between 20 and 22 percent of the country's electricity mix by 2030, with renewable energy to account for slightly more, media reported on Friday.
midterm and see the firm’s foray into diversified verticals such as retail, energy, high-tech, life sciences, and natural resources as another good growth avenue. We reiterate our wide economic moat rating and EUR 55 fair value estimate (we reduce our
As solar is quickly approaching first-quarter earnings ..... near term. After 45 gigawatts, or GW, of solar power was installed globally in 2014, we ..... namely the U.S., China, and emerging solar markets such as India. Adding further confidence
* Says 2014 net loss widens to 947.6 million yuan ($153.00 million)from net loss of 202.6 million yuan previous year
an estimated 300 megawatts of commercial solar projects during the next two years, supported ..... estimate that SolarCity can grow its installed solar base by nearly 7 times and reach 1 million ..... goal of installing 920 MW to 1,000 MW of solar in 2015, which we view as attainable
April 22 (Reuters) - SolarCity Corp has started a fund that includes an investment from Credit Suisse to finance more than $1 billion in commercial solar energy systems for companies, schools and government organizations in the United States.
SEOUL (Reuters) - In a country notorious for a lack of electricity, many North Koreans are taking power into their hands by installing cheap household solar panels to charge mobile phones and light up their homes.
SEOUL, April 22 (Reuters) - In a country notorious for a lack of electricity, many North Koreans are taking power into their hands by installing cheap household solar panels to charge mobile phones and light up their homes.