China is home to 14 of the 15 global regions most vulnerable to climate change, with Jiangsu province, which accounts for a tenth of national GDP, the world's most vulnerable, major study says
China is boosting its own semiconductor sector and clean energy sector after being hit by US export controls late last year, the SCMP said
The conglomerate’s market value has dropped below the $100 billion mark in the ongoing sell-off triggered by the Hindenburg report
India could potentially produce solar modules generating 100 GW annually making it a net exporter of power, said the country’s energy secretary
"We are going to be a big catalyst in accelerating the (EV) ecosystem," Prabhjeet Singh, president of Uber India and South Asia, said.
Chinese officials said on Thursday they will focus policies on key goals such as housing, helping elderly citizens, and boosting childcare and encouraging couples to have more children
Despite the record growth outlook, the country is likely to face several challenges in costs and trade of its solar-power equipment
Vietnam has recently been repeatedly mentioned in US trade meetings among countries at highest risk of falling foul of US trade restrictions, a source said
The electric vehicle maker is aiming to build a facility to produce its Blade Battery, which it claims is safer than other alternatives in the market
Shares of Adani companies fell further on Tuesday, with total losses exceeding $120 billion, after a court hearing into the market rout began and claims their stock values are still 'astronomical'
Mining giant Anglo-American has unveiled a prototype of what it says is the world’s largest hydrogen-powered mining truck
The goal of the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak project is to unlock the secret to clean and limitless energy on earth, with minimal waste products
The US state department says it is aware of talks between Russia and India concerning the purchase of oil. It has no objection to India buying Russian oil, provided it buys at discount
Hundreds of people have died and thousands have been detained in Kazakhstan during the worst violence seen in the Central Asian nation since it became independent in the early 1990s. The unrest in Kazakhstan poses risks for energy markets, and even cryptocurrencies.