Comments Off on As some federal energy incentives end, New York eyes substitutes
The Empire State is stepping up by providing up-front incentives for small wind installations and renewable thermal technologies.
Comments Off on How one Indian city is taking on air pollution
Ahmedabad, India aims to protect its most vulnerable from dangerous air pollution.
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How one Indian city is taking on air pollution
Comments Off on 3 maps reveal the impact of global business
Logistics, supply chains and renewable energy adoption appear in a new light with these data-driven visualizations.
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3 maps reveal the impact of global business
Comments Off on Can coal miners become solar technicians?
A deep-dive into the numbers behind labor and renewable energy.
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Can coal miners become solar technicians?
Comments Off on How low oil prices can be good for the environment
What’s the link between the oil slump and renewable energy?
Comments Off on Getting the Green Deal Done: Key REC contract terms, definitions, and project developer tips
Join experts from the trading, marketing, and renewable energy developer sectors as they describe the ins and outs of contracts for Renewable Energy Credits (RECs).
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Getting the Green Deal Done: Key REC contract terms, definitions, and project developer tips
Comments Off on Climate Change and the Consumption Trap
After more than two decades of talking about sustainable consumption — and in spite of advances in resource efficiencies and renewable energy — we are not all that much closer to consuming sustainably.
Climate Change and the Consumption Trap
Comments Off on The Top 10 Rules of Green Project Finance
Real estate finance forecasters believe 2011 will be a year to buy back into the real estate market. If their predictions come true, structuring financing for green building and renewable energy projects will still require more legal creativity and effort than financing more traditional projects
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The Top 10 Rules of Green Project Finance
Comments Off on How the Fate of PACE Could Influence the Clean Energy Economy
PACE financing is a potentially revolutionary way to retrofit commercial, residential, and industrial properties with energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. The program overcomes one of the largest hurdles to investment in clean energy — the upfront cost
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How the Fate of PACE Could Influence the Clean Energy Economy
Comments Off on Recovery Act Keeps U.S. on Clean Energy Path
The Recovery Act has kept the country on track to halve the cost of solar power and has helped lay the foundation to double renewable energy generation and renewable equipment manufacturing in the U.S., according to a White House report.
Recovery Act Keeps U.S. on Clean Energy Path