Latin America’s clean energy investment rebounded last year – increasing 54% on 2018 levels to hit $18.1 billion.
Robots are performing complex quality control tasks at waste management facilities that are usually done by humans - making 2,000 picks an hour, while humans make 800.
For the first time since BloombergNEF began the Climatescope survey, India tops the rankings. The Asian nation is followed in the top five by Chile, Brazil, China and Kenya.
BloombergNEF's 10 predictions for what the year 2020 will bring for the low-carbon transition in energy, transport, commodities and sustainability.
Bullard picks his 10 favorite charts of 2019. Each one represents a data set that will update in 2020, and in so doing tell us something about the trajectories of energy, transportation, climate and technology.
Two of the biggest challenges in improving a carbon footprint are determining its size in the first place – and analyzing the actions that might significantly impact it. The more data available, the more an individual or a corporation can make a plan and quantify the likely impact.
The Chinese government is throwing some economic weight behind its Internet Plus and Made in China 2025 strategy launched in 2015.
Volvo Car has entered into an agreement with CATL and LG Chem to implement traceability of its cobalt after a successful blockchain pilot.
China introduced a $29 billion state-backed fund to build its own domestic semiconductor industry.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's (SFMTA) latest issuance of permits for shared e-scooters brought good news for Uber at the expense of Lyft. Uber's JUMP subsidiary and its partner Lime, both received permits valid for one year starting from October 15.
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