More than 260 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity was added globally in 2020, beating the previous record by nearly 50%, according to a study released last week
India's ambitious renewable energy goals may have received a lot of international attention, but coal still seems irreplaceable as the prime energy source for power generation, as recent studies reveal.
(ATF) Global hydrogen equipment manufacturer Chart Industries (Chart) and India’s Reliance Industries (RIL) announced on Wednesday...
An election in Greenland that could have changed the face of the global rare earth market has been won by a party opposed to mining the valuable commodities
Rare earths have had another price spike as China begins to discuss further export restrictions, while demand is boosted by new energy vehicles and a surge in wind-power installations
Beijing’s recent moves against Australian coal and cotton exports signals a shift to voice its displeasure over souring ties, but there’s one commodity China is unlikely to target in the near future
China is expanding Baotou Rare Earth High and New Tech Industrial Development Zone in Inner Mongolia, as the country maintains its grip on the majority of the world's rare earths trade
China built more than half of the world's new coal power plants this year and it accounts for 90% of new planned capacity, a study showed on Monday
Ministry says China will increase oversight and boost production of the 17 rare earth minerals to 140,000 tonnes this year from 120,000 tonnes last year
Rich nations have used banks and development programmes to funnel $77 billion in each of the last three years to oil and gas projects despite their commitment to slash greenhouse gas emissions