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Clean renewable energy bonds are a type of bond that municipal utilities, electric cooperatives and Indian tribes can use to borrow money for wind farms and other power plants that use renewable fuels. The borrower does not have to pay any interest on the bonds. Rather, the lender is allowed to claim tax credits.
[The New York Times] It is great to see that we finally have some national unity on energy policy. Unfortunately, the unifying idea is so ridiculous, so unworthy of the people aspiring to lead our nation, it takes your breath away. Hillary Clinton has decided to line up with John McCain in pushing to suspend the federal excise tax on […]
Hailed by some as a way to reduce the financial burden homeowners face when going solar, Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing programs allow property owners to borrow money to pay for renewable energy or energy-efficiency improvements. Unlike traditional power purchase agreements or other solar loan programs, the amount borrowed is typically repaid over a period of years via a special assessment on the property.
CH2M HILL has completed Berkeley's Solar Mapping Portal, enabling residents and business owners to estimate the solar potential of their rooftops and view existing solar installations. CH2M HILL worked with Berkeley's Office of Energy and Sustainable Development (ESD) to identify all of the solar installations in the city and utilized its S.A.F.E. technology to map Berkeley rooftops for their solar energy potential.
A recent fire at a big-box retailer in California linked to a faulty solar installation highlights a key concern for the booming U.S. solar industry: how to develop a qualified workforce and finance worker training.
As a shareholder of Magma Energy Corp. (MGMXF.PK), I'm reading through the joint information circular [PDF] on the proposed merger of Plutonic Power Corp (PUOPF.PK) and Magma to form "Alterra Power Corp." I'm not thrilled with the merger, although I plan to vote for it, now that it's arranged.
Solar leasing promoters have long claimed that electricity costs will keep rising, but we haven’t see this happening – yet. Actually, almost all of the standard generation sources are benefiting from lower costs – natural gas is low, coal is low, and nuclear is… well it’s not dramatically more expensive than it has been. There is no doubt in my mind, however, that prices are going to go up.
Photovoltaic (PV) systems may meet many of the important criteria to be considered real property — a status that could make them eligible for easier financing — a new report by the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, contends.
Coal is having a hard time lately. U.S. power plants are switching to natural gas, environmental restrictions are kicking in, and the industry is being derided as the world's No. 1 climate criminal. Prices have crashed, sure, but for a real sense of coal's diminishing prospects, check out what's happening in the bond market.
Pakistan has joined the list of countries that are exploring solar power as a means to bridge critical energy generation shortfalls. The tariff that has been announced is priced to be attractive and interest is already high. Of the two provinces currently ready to implement the program, Punjab is in the north, and Sindh in in the south. The prices on a levelized basis for these regions are: Size of Project (in MW) North Region Price in US cents per kWh South Region Price in US cents per kWh 1-20 15.0270 14.4096 20-50 14.8953 14.2825 50-100 14.7588 14.1516 These are US dollar denominated tariffs for a 25-year PPA. Regulators state that the tariff is designed to give sponsors a 17 percent return. Each of the above tariff rates steps down at year 10, which is when the tariff assumes debt will be repaid. Electricity generators in Pakistan are also not subject to taxation and the import of equipment for construction benefits from exemptions from duties.