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Rumors of US-China Trade Settlement Talks Fuel Solar Stocks
If short-term traders really have hijacked the sector, which seems probable, it would mark a relatively big setback for stocks that were once popular among aggressive longer-term investors who liked the strong prospects of solar energy. Of course that doesn?t mean that serious investors will never return to the sector if it ever manages to stabiliz
Warning Scotland Against Independence: Renewables Will Suffer, Says Ed Davey
UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey has warned that Scotland will damage its standing as a prime mover in renewable energy if it votes to become independent.
Despite Fears, New Renewables Are Not Bankrupting California
Until recently, the potential rate impact of all the new contracts for renewable energy being added to meet California's Renewable Portfolio Standard since 2006 has been a matter of some concern. According to the Division of Ratepayer Advocates in early 2012, an estimated $20.8 billion will have been spent in California on contracts for new renewable generation by 2020, and the rate impact was a big unknown.
US Said to Be in Talks With China, EU to Settle Solar Energy Trade Dispute
The Obama administration is engaged in preliminary talks with the European Union and China to settle a dispute over trade in solar-energy equipment and avoid a conflict among the world?s largest economies, according to people familiar with the discussions.
Outlook for US Energy Independence Gaining Confidence
A survey conducted by the KPMG Global Energy Institute shows that a majority of energy executives believe the U.S. can reach energy independence by 2030. The survey also showed a decrease in the number of executives who believe the U.S. will never gain energy independence.
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Argentina: Understanding the Political and Economic Risks of Solar Energy Dev...
At a first glance, it would appear that Argentina has all of the characteristics of a solar market still in its infancy yet poised to take-off at any moment. Combined, a strong policy framework, demonstrated political willpower, an excellent solar resource and a growing demand for energy all appear to provide the necessary conditions for Argentina to become a major growth opportunity within the Latin American market.
3 Engagement Strategies for Solar Installers to Be ?Liked? on Facebook with G...
Renewable Energy Research Initiative Launched in UK
A new inquiry investigating the role of renewable power generation in the UK?s future energy mix has been launched.
Poll: 87 Percent of Illinois Voters Want More Renewable Energy
Wide majorities of likely Illinois voters believe it is important that the state maintain its commitment to increase its use of renewable energy and support legislation that would achieve that goal by fixing the state's broken renewable portfolio standard (RPS) law, according to a Zogby poll released this week.
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French and German Ministers Call for 2030 Renewable Energy Targets
Writing in France?s prestigious centre-left daily newspaper Le Monde, Peter Altmaier, the German environment minister, and Delphine Batho, his French counterpart, underlined the need for a 2030 renewable energy target and highlighed the importance of renewables in transforming the European economy, improving energy security and reducing greenhouse
Does Buying Clean Energy Stocks Do Any Good?
Volt owners are almost universally happy with their cars, despite the fact that very few will recoup the extra costs of the car in gas savings. Even though the financial savings are small compared to the large upfront payment for the vehicle, the emotional payback more than compensates.
Texas Legislature Passes Commercial and Industrial PACE Bill
The Texas House and Senate passed Senate Bill 385 in May. If Governor Rick Perry approves the bill, the state will break new ground by developing plans for commercial and industrial property assessed clean energy (PACE) programs. This bill will redesign Texas's approach to PACE, focusing on the commercial and industrial sectors rather than on residential programs. The legislation covers both energy efficiency and water efficiency.
Asia Report: Tweaking India's Domestic Content Policy
India's solar energy policy contains domestic content requirements for solar cells and panels, but initially these excluded thin-film technologies ? a big help to First Solar among others. But as expected, new proposals aim to close that loop.
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