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PROINSO strengthens global presence with new branches in Australia and India
By : Anonymous, Mar 27, 2012
PROINSO is growing globally and it has announced the opening of two new branches in Australia (Brisbane) and India (Mumbai). So currently, with these two new branches, PROINSO has a total 12 around the world, which confirms its interest in emerging solar PV markets.... Read more..
Australia to set fixed price on carbon
By : sustainabilityo..., Feb 24, 2011
Australia will set a fixed carbon price from July 1 2012 on an interim basis until a full emissions trading scheme can be introduced in 3-5 years, the government said on Thursday.
* No decision yet on what the set price would be or how much industry...Read more..
India to seek uranium import from Australia: Sushilkumar Shinde
By : sustainabilityo..., Jun 6, 2010
India will try to persuade Australia to supply uranium to it during a bilateral meeting on energy here tomorrow, seeking flexibility on Canberra's longstanding position that it would not export the nuclear raw material to countries who are not signatories to the nuclear Non-...Read more..
Australia-India trade pact will boost GDP of both economies
By : sustainabilityo..., May 8, 2010
The Australian Trade Minister, Mr Simon Crean, today said the signing of the free trade agreement (FTA) between India and Australia will significantly boost the gross domestic product (GDP) of both the economies, generating billions of dollars of trade.
“We have...Read more..
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Australia Ranks 14th For G-20 Clean Energy Investment
By : sustainabilityo..., Mar 29, 2010
According to data released last week by the Pew Environment Group, clean energy investment globally has experienced growth of 230 percent since 2005, but Australia is lagging behind other G-20 nations.
Last year, China invested USD $34.6 billion in the clean energy...Read more..