THE world needs explosive growth in renewable energy for the next three decades, but even that probably won't be enough to forestall catastrophic climate change.

[TOKYO] Taiwan's offshore wind drama looks set to come to a breezy end next week.

ROYAL Dutch Shell has taken a 49 per cent stake in Cleantech Solar, a Singapore-based developer of solar energy systems, with the possibility to increase its position after 2021.

AS the world transitions to a lower carbon future, so must the industries powering the economy.

[WASHINGTON] Over the next two decades, the world's energy system will undergo a huge transformation. Wind and solar power are poised to become dominant sources of electricity. China's once-...

NEW investments in Singapore's fast-growing clean energy industry will generate S$180 million in annual business spending and create about 1,000 professional jobs in the next five years,...

THE world could install more than a trillion watts of renewable power over the next five years, more than the entire current generation capacity of the European Union (EU).

[LONDON] Bioenergy from liquid biofuels and biogas will lead growth in renewable energy consumption to 2023, due to its rising use in the heating and transport sectors, according to the...

JAPAN transferred excess renewable energy supplies between two of its electricity regions for the first time since a major shakeup of its power sector, the country's grid monitor told Reuters...

SEMBCORP Industries saw its net profit for the quarter to June 30 surge 46.8 per cent to S$81.92 million on a doubling of earnings for its utilities division the first months after embarking on a...