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Build Louisiana Back Resilient

Build Louisiana Back Resilient

Like Hurricane Katrina and numerous storms before it, Hurricane Ida demolished Louisiana’s outdated, fossil-fuel dependent energy system. It’s time for Louisiana leadership to prioritize resilient solutions over continued fossil-fuel investment.
How hydropower can support a stable, low-carbon grid and healthy rivers

How hydropower can support a stable, low-carbon grid and healthy rivers

By transitioning to a 100% renewable energy grid with a sustainable hydropower backbone, we can curb the worst effects of climate change.
Sweden, Norway Increase Renewable Target Amid Power Glut Concern

Sweden, Norway Increase Renewable Target Amid Power Glut Concern

Sweden and Norway agreed to boost their target for renewable energy production amid concerns the additional capacity will exacerbate a power glut and strain the region’s electricity grid.
Group says Renewables Could Resolve U.S. Energy Crisis

Group says Renewables Could Resolve U.S. Energy Crisis

A major environmental group in the United States says that the administration of President George Bush is using energy needs as a pretext for assaulting the environment and proposing actions that will exacerbate energy problems.
UK, Germany chop PV subsidies

UK, Germany chop PV subsidies

Two of Europe's top solar markets have simultaneously announced new steps to reduce subsidies for solar projects by at least 50%, moves that are aimed at reducing long-term financial impacts -- but might actually spur demand and exacerbate the problem.
Solar Thermal Desalination Now Underway in Water-hungry California

Solar Thermal Desalination Now Underway in Water-hungry California

Regional droughts are being exacerbated by climate change, which is mostly caused by what is tasked with bailing them out — fossil fuels. Israel, Australia, and now southern California have all turned to expensive energy-guzzling seawater desalination projects after historic droughts.
The Water-Energy Nexus: Trading One Problem for Another?

The Water-Energy Nexus: Trading One Problem for Another?

Renewables are more environmentally benign sources of energy. But when it comes to water use, many question the sustainability of certain technologies. With water shortages looming in countries all over the world, concerns are growing about what our transition to renewables will do to exacerbate those problems.
Structuring Partnership Financings To Avoid HLBV Losses

Structuring Partnership Financings To Avoid HLBV Losses

Structuring options can be used by tax investors to mitigate post-flip GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) losses calculated by the Hypothetical Liquidation at Book Value (HLBV) accounting method for flipping partnerships. In some circumstances, these GAAP losses can dramatically affect the reported earnings for publicly traded companies and influence investment decisions in renewable energy projects. Project-level debt can exacerbate the effects on GAAP earnings, making structuring choices and other HLBV related loss mitigation strategies all the more important.
Goldman Sachs sees solar panel prices stabilizing

Goldman Sachs sees solar panel prices stabilizing

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. sees an end to the gloom for solar manufacturers as demand in China stabilizes and free-falling panel prices bottom out.
Energy Plan Reaction: Consumer Group Concerned over Conservation

Energy Plan Reaction: Consumer Group Concerned over Conservation

Mandatory conservation measures in the U.S. energy policy could harm consumers with higher prices, according to Consumer Alert.