The End of EU Curbs May Help Chinese Solar Products Exports

In 2013, the EU first implemented anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures on Chinese solar panels. The EU curbs have been implemented for five years, and expired on September 3. Given the EU's goal of increasing...

Biofuels Help China to Clear the Air

China has been producing shining transcripts to the world in economic development over the past decades, however, this comes at a huge price of environment pollution. Some major industrial cities in northwestern part of...

EU Plans to Subsidize Billions of Euros for Electric Vehicle Battery

Electric vehicle battery is the lifeblood of the automotive industry in the 21st century. If the EU wants to maintain its leadership in the automotive sector and in decarbonization and clean energy systems, it must have the...

Russian Crude Oil Output Increase, Filling Iran’s Production Supply Gap

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said that OPEC and its ally Russia's increase in crude oil production in September was enough to make up for the decline in Iranian oil output. In...

EU Nations Reach Agreement on Imposing Emission Cuts on Carmakers

European Union nations reached an agreement on Tuesday 9 October to cut car emissions by 35 percent by the year 2030, in response to UN experts’ warning about dangers of global warming. The 35 percent...

U.S. Becomes the Top Crude Oil Producer in the World

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) recently released the latest Short-term Energy Outlook (STEO) report, saying that the United States has surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia to become the world's largest crude oil producer. Although EIA...

New Marine Fuel Rules To Spur Green Shipping With LNG

Strict new regulations on shipping fuel are driving shipowners to utilize liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a greener option, and ports such as Gibraltar are preparing to launch upgraded refueling facilities in response to...

India Eases Crude Import Rules To Lessen Pains From High Oil Prices

India has revised crude import rules to allow state refiners to buy an increased 35 percent part of their oil imports in vessels arranged by the seller, as reported by Reuters after reviewing an...

Europe Becomes the Second Largest Electric Vehicles Market with More Than 1 Million Sales

According to new industry figures, there are now more than one million electric vehicles (EV) in Europe after a surge in sales across the region. Although Europe has reached this milestone goal nearly a year...

The Increasing Solar Investment Shifts Mainstream Energy from Nuclear Power and Coal to Renewable

With the plunging prices of clean energy technologies, renewable energy has grown up to be an increasingly attractive prospect for governments around the world. Last year investment in renewable energy was far more expensive...

MOST POPULAR

EU and Japan Sign Free Trade Agreement

The European Union(EU) and Japan signed an agreement on tariff reduction on Tuesday. According to the deal, 99 percent of the tariffs on Japanese...