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Securities of fossil fuels firms, as an economic sector, may soon be on the decline.
With solar installations in the US booming, but solar panel makers here faltering, Michael Gorton, Principal Solar, points out one area where consolidation will benefit all involved: The solar power installation and management sector.
Although it doesn’t feel so long ago, it has been almost two years since I wrote about the mounting risk of investing in fossil fuels; in short, great portions of the reserves we are currently spending billions per year to discover and explore will have to remain unburnt if we are to avoid more than 2°C of global temperature rise, […]
If your clean tech company was looking for financing, the Clean Tech Investor Summit was the place to be. Unfortunately, if your clean tech company was counting on financing any time soon, the chances aren't good.
2012 proved to be an unsettling and difficult year for clean energy. High-profile bankruptcies and layoffs plagued many clean-tech companies, overall venture investments retreated in the face of increasingly elusive returns, and the industry was begrudgingly transformed into a partisan wedge issue during the U.S. presidential campaign. But as we highlight in our just-released Clean Energy Trends 2013 report, the fundamental global market drivers for clean technology remain largely intact.
Myself, the only five syllable word I have learned to use reliably is "Philadelphia", but there's this seven-syllable doozy going around you might as well know something about: renewablechemicals.