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Improving Outlook for Environmental Investing

Improving Outlook for Environmental Investing

Nov 15, 2010 at 10:34 | Mark Nicholls

Institutional investors are risk averse, time-poor and “carbon and climate fatigued”, making it difficult to generate interest in environmentally-orientated investing, according to a leading investment consultant. However, Will Oulton, head…

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: What’s Next?

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: What’s Next?

Nov 15, 2010 at 10:30 | Green energy Reporter

What’s next?  That question has been on the mind of many stakeholders in the renewable energy industry who, as we’ve previously reported, are hungry for clarity on the future of…

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Clean Energy Businesses to Suffer Following Elections

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Clean Energy Businesses to Suffer Following Elections

Nov 10, 2010 at 08:38 | Green energy Reporter

At a somber post-election press conference, President Barack Obama, ever the pragmatic, conceded that one of his major policy goals, implementing a comprehensive cap-and-trade system, was dead. “Cap-and-trade was just…

Republican Victory Could Spell Trouble for the Clean Energy Sector

Republican Victory Could Spell Trouble for the Clean Energy Sector

Nov 09, 2010 at 11:51 | Gloria Gonzalez

A day after a landslide Republican victory in the US House of Representatives, President Barack Obama pledged to work with his opponents to find common ground on energy issues, but…

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Wind Power Losing its Allure to Investors

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Wind Power Losing its Allure to Investors

Nov 01, 2010 at 10:24 | Green energy Reporter

After a couple of years of sustained growth, U.S. wind power investments have fallen off the cliff over the past year, pummeled by a combination of record-low natural gas prices,…

Is Exelon Building an Alternative Energy Conglomerate?

Is Exelon Building an Alternative Energy Conglomerate?

Oct 27, 2010 at 10:14 | Mad Hedge Fund Trader

Exelon (EXC) popped up on my radar a few months ago, when it bought the wind energy business from John Deere (DE) for $900 million. The company plans to cash…

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Investment Banks Responding to Increase in Green Investments

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Investment Banks Responding to Increase in Green Investments

Oct 26, 2010 at 14:37 | Green energy Reporter

There’s a trend that’s been fueling a lot of merger and acquisition deals, not just this week but over the past couple of years (since the dark days of September…

Is Fusion Power Closer to Becoming Reality

Is Fusion Power Closer to Becoming Reality

Oct 23, 2010 at 09:39 | David Gabel

It has been called the holy grail of energy technology; a perfectly clean source with an unlimited supply. Nuclear fusion has been demonstrated to be possible, but converting it to…

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Google Gets Into Offshore Wind

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Google Gets Into Offshore Wind

Oct 19, 2010 at 09:28 | Green energy Reporter

This week Google dipped its toes in the largely underdeveloped but extremely promising U.S. offshore and, in doing so, further clarified its ambitious renewable energy strategy. The Mountain View, Calif.,…

Re-Wiring Britain for Low-Carbon Future Will Cost £32bn – Ofgem

Re-Wiring Britain for Low-Carbon Future Will Cost £32bn – Ofgem

Oct 11, 2010 at 10:41 | Jess McCabe

Britain will need to spend £32 billion ($51 billion) re-wiring and piping its electricity and natural gas transmission network in the next 10 years, as part of efforts to…

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