Carbon Market

Carbon Market Value Expands To $34 Billion As Korea Joins

By Mathew Carr   May 26, 2015   The value of global carbon permits expanded to $34 billion in the past year, with gains led by South Korea, California and Quebec, the World Bank said. Permits aimed at reducing greenhouse gases were worth 6.3 percent more than the $32 billion a year earlier, the Washington-based […]

EU Carbon Market Prices Expected To Rise Next Year

May 26, 2015 By Devin Henry   For the first time since 2011, traders in the European Union’s carbon emissions market expect the continent’s carbon prices to rise next year, according to a survey of market participants. Survey respondents expect an average price of 10.79 euros ($11.76) per metric ton of carbon during the current […]

Golden Age Resources, Inc. (GDAR) Announces Construction Plans and Financing of Cogeneration Pilot Project in Mexico

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL / ACCESSWIRE / May 5, 2015 / GOLDEN AGE RESOURCES, INC., (OTC PINK: GDAR) a leading energy provider for large-scale “Green” power plants in Latin America and the Caribbean, today announced construction plans and financing on Cogeneration Pilot Project as mentioned in previous Press Release dated April 28. Mr. Thomas Wolff, […]

Businesses Launch Appeal For Carbon Pricing At COP 21

Published: May 22, 2015   International businesses have issued a call for fixed carbon pricing, but so far, they have not lived up to their word. EurActiv France reports. The Business and Climate Summit closed in Paris on 21 March, with a call for an ambitious climate agreement at the COP 21 in December. But the […]

Breakthrough Revives Europe’s Carbon Market

May 14, 2015   By Ronan Kavanagh   Ten years old this year, Europe’s Emissions Trading System (ETS) now has something more to celebrate. A preliminary agreement reached last week by the EU’s Council and Parliament promises to end the oversupply of allowances that has dogged the market for much of its existence — potentially […]

Golden Age Resources, Inc. (GDAR) Announces Strategic Alliance with Global Energy Corporation, Inc. (GEIG)

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — GOLDEN AGE RESOURCES, INC., (otc pink:GDAR) a leading energy provider for large-scale “Green” power plants “in Latin America and the Caribbean, today announced a strategic alliance with Global Energy Corporation, Inc., (otc pink:GEIG) a provider of innovative fuel cell power generation technologies for efficient and environmental […]

EERA Coordinating Energy Research for a Low Carbon Europe

https:/   Thanks to cutting-edge research and development, renewable energy technologies are offering an increasingly competitive alternative to fossil fuels. In 2013, about 72 % of all new electricity generating capacity in Europe came from low-carbon, renewable energy sources.   The European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) contributes to coordinate a massive public research effort to develop more […]

The Tryall Club: Green Leader in Jamaica and the Caribbean

LOS ANGELES, California – Since June 2010, The Tryall Club, Montego Bay, Jamaica has been a Green Globe Certified resort and ranks among the top Green Globe members in the Caribbean with a rating of 82%.   Shaku Ramcharan is the Environmental and Conservation Manager at The Tryall Club and oversees the wealth of activities […]

US$3.9 Million Watershed Project Launched

By Garfield L. Angus   April 13, 2015 Photo by: JIS PhotographerMinister of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, Hon. Robert Pickersgill, delivering the keynote address at the launch of the US$3.9 million Yallahs and Hope River Watershed Project, held on April 13, at the Terra Nova Hotel, in St. Andrew.   The Government has launched […]

Wigton saving the country billions in oil imports, cutting carbon emissions

Wigton Windfarm’s general manager, Earl Barrett (right), and project manager, Michelle Chin Lenn, discuss details of Wigton III — a 24-megawatt (MW) expansion of the wind-farm complex. (PHOTO: JIS)   A file photo of the Wigton Windfarm   Wednesday, March 25, 2015 THE Wigton Windfarm, established by the Government a decade ago to reduce the […]