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Australia’s Big Plans for Clean Energy Exports
March 17, 2021

Australia’s Big Plans for Clean Energy Exports

By James Guild
A plan to export solar power to Southeast Asia via underwater cable have attracted media attention, but have a lot of obstacles to overcome.

In the Face of Criticism, Laos Pushes Ahead With Four Mekong Dams
January 14, 2021

In the Face of Criticism, Laos Pushes Ahead With Four Mekong Dams

By Luke Hunt
But costs and competition could leave the putative "battery of Southeast Asia" running on empty.
Australia’s Mission to Become a Solar Powerhouse 
July 02, 2020

Australia’s Mission to Become a Solar Powerhouse 

By Joshua Mcdonald
Sunshine alone, though, does not guarantee a successful solar industry -- infrastructure and stable, smart politics are necessary. 

India’s Rising Stature as a Solar Power
March 14, 2018

India’s Rising Stature as a Solar Power

By Chithra Purushothaman
New Delhi’s International Solar Alliance envisions a green future.

The Environmental Cost of China’s South China Sea Construction
September 18, 2015

The Environmental Cost of China’s South China Sea Construction

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, more on the Tianjin explosions, China previews Xi's trip to DC, and the world's biggest solar plant. China links.

China’s Renewable Energy Opportunity
April 03, 2014

China’s Renewable Energy Opportunity

By Arthur Guschin
Renewable energy could improve the quality of China’s air, and its international image.

Solar Power in Pakistan
October 09, 2013

Solar Power in Pakistan

Pakistan faces a severe energy crisis. Renewables such as solar energy represent a solution.

China Holds Key to Climate Change
February 16, 2012

China Holds Key to Climate Change

Progress over climate change depends largely on the actions individual major carbon emitters, particularly China – not U.N. summits. But is the political courage there to exact change?

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