Tag: Cleantech Finance


Two U.S. energy experts are calling for a new strategy to develop renewable energy, including the creation of regional programs to drive innovation of new technologies. Richard Lester of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and David Hart of George Mason


As we all learned in kindergarten, every snowflake is unique.  Now, studies have shown that is not entirely true (see here if you are marginally interested in the science of snowflakes), but close enough. 

Uniqueness may be good for snowflake…


The Norwegian government last week launched a global initiative to finance access to renewable energy, energy efficiency and low carbon development in developing countries. The launch took place during a conference organized by the International Energy Agency and


Eighth annual Wharton Energy Conference to be held Friday, October 29, 2010 at the Union League of Philadelphia This year we witnessed the negative effects that fossil fuels can incur in our environment and in our lives. Months after the Read more…


It’s always interesting to get out and interact with different groups who have specific perspectives on the energy industry. And, to that end, I’ve commited to a certain travel schedule that will take me — either as a speaker or Read more…


PACE financing is one of those issues that has sweeping implications for clean energy adoption, but can be just so darn difficult to understand (see: net metering). If you can you believe it, the current acronym (PACE stands for Property Read more…


During the 2010 Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit in San Diego, a large crowd learned that Chinese companies have cash and interest in the US solar energy market, yet partnerships require patience and low risk. To explore the opportunities, Read more…

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