Burrows, Vice President of Marketing for GDF SUEZ Energy Resources, said the retail electricity provider is honored to continue its long-standing relationship with the New England Aquarium. “We’re proud to provide visitors of this renowned venue with a green destination year round,” he explained.”Supporting the sustainability goals of the New England Aquarium underscores our dedication to helping our customers optimize environmental and social responsibilities, while contributing to the development of clean energy resources.” “Environmental preservation is in the very fabric of our educational programs, events, and exhibits, so it’s only natural that our energy strategy reflects that same commitment,” said Nigella Hillgarth, president and CEO of the New England Aquarium. “With the ongoing support of GDF SUEZ Energy Resources, we are able to remain steadfast in our efforts to reduce our carbon footprint and drive greater awareness of the importance of environmental sustainability.” Green-e is the nation’s leading independent certification and verification program for renewable energy and greenhouse gas emission reductions in the retail market. About the New England Aquarium More than 1.3 million people visit the Aquarium annually, making it the second most visited educational attraction in New England.In addition to having more than 30,000 animals in over 70 exhibits on display, the Aquarium reaches out to 120,000 students per year; provides resources and training to over 3,000 teachers; and undertakes research and conservation work worldwide.
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Annual Renewable Energy Outlook 2014 – Yahoo Finance

Yingli Green Energy (YGE), a supplier of photovoltaic modules, was also up 4.7%. In southern Asia, Rediff.com India (REDF), a provider of online business and consumer offerings, gained 2.2% while SIFY (SIFY), an internet services provider, rose 1.6% and Malaysian e-payment solutions provider MOL Global (MOLG) gained 1.5%. WNS Holdings (WNS), a provider of data, voice, analytical and business transformation services, was also trading 0.6% higher.
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Asian ADRs Lower Despite Renewable Energy Stock Gains – NASDAQ.com

Global wind capacity will grow from GW in 2012 to GW in 2025. Forecasts for solar PV capacityexpected to rise from 91 GW in 2012 to GW in 2025have been upgraded further as declining costs boost investor interest. The shift away from Europe accelerated dramatically in 2013, when the region only represented % of new additions, compared to % in 2012 and % in 2011. Reduced policy support in parts of Europe will be offset by booming markets such as China, the United States, and Japan.
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