October 14 2019

Planned Retirements Poised to Rattle Mexico’s Power Grid

Mexico’s grid planners expect 10GW of capacity (13% of the current install base) to retire in the next decade.

October 8 2019

Amazon Spurs Competition in Logistics Robots

Amazon.com Inc.'s autonomous warehouse robots are one of the reasons it is so strong in logistics.

September 26 2019

Mexico City Cleans Up Act With $200 Million for Zero Waste

Mexico City has committed close to $200 million in public funds to be spent on recycling infrastructure by 2024. The Mexican capital also plans to co-finance additional infrastructure through public-private partnerships.

September 25 2019

Taj Mahal Trick Helps India Cool Buildings Smartly

India’s old palaces and forts used water channels to cool the air inside. A modern version of those water channels could slash the energy cost for cooling buildings by up to 35%.

September 23 2019

Japan’s Solar Auction Shows Price Trumps Experience, Scale

Japan’s latest solar auction saw many of the winning bids consisting of small projects backed by bidders who aren’t necessarily established market players, showing that economies of scale don’t always work and experience may not be crucial in Japan.

September 16 2019

Hardware Startups See Revival From VC

After record year for venture capital last year, 2019 could be the best yet for hardware startups.

September 9 2019

European Carbon Price Weighed Down By No-Deal Risk

European carbon prices are falling as the October 31 Brexit deadline nears. Uncertainty is building among market participants and further volatility can be expected.

September 2 2019

EVs Temporarily Stumble in Biggest Market But Respite Seen

The drop in passenger electric vehicle sales in China last month and stagnating sales for the remainder of the third quarter are likely only a temporary blip for the world’s largest EV market, according to a report from BloombergNEF.

September 2 2019

How Hydrogen Could Solve Steel’s Climate Test and Hobble Coal

Steel could shed its reputation as a climate threat by using hydrogen instead of fossil fuels for as much as half of global output by 2050, according to BloombergNEF.

August 27 2019

South Korea’s Budget Puts $3.9 Billion Into Industry 4.0

The South Korean government will spend 4.7 trillion won ($3.9 billion) on innovative sectors in its 2020 budget, up from $3.2 billion in 2019. 


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