Japan, the world's third largest economy, is the world's biggest LNG consumer. But it pays a higher price for LNG than that charged in Europe and North America because Asian contracts are often long-term and linked to oil prices.
The extent to which customers evaluate a prospective supplier’s “green-ness” in the purchasing process could dramatically accelerate the pace of the sustainability movement.
China ranked 78th and the United States was 15th, according to the report by the World Energy Council, a London-based group that promotes sustainable power.
The deal was part of Algeria's efforts to construct its own power stations, buying the turbines only from foreign suppliers and not the complete plant.
Part of energy plant is that 25% of all new cars bought by state organizations would be electric or hybrids, and all cars that the state bought for purely urban use would be electric.
Jordan has the world's fourth largest reserves.
Alstom turbines and generators represent more than 25% of the world's total hydropower capacity.