An Economic Case For Governments To Make Sustainable Capital Investments

May 4, 2015 by Silvio Marcacci

Government and Real Investment

It’s hard to miss headlines about the perils of investing without considering climate change. From HSBC to the G20, institutional investors are concerned about inherent risks from failing to consider what happens when climate reality meets economic reality – but what about governments?[read more]

Capital Keeps Pouring Into Booming US Residential Solar Energy Market

April 9, 2014 by Eric Wesoff

Residential Solar Energy Investment

The residential solar installation and finance market is remaking itself through new alliances, vertical integration and hybrid sales channels, as well as with access to increasingly cheaper capital. We are in a post-CSI era and yet installation prices continue to fall.[read more]

Energy Efficiency Policy After ARRA--Access to Capital is Not Enough

October 13, 2011 by Shari Shapiro

My loyal readers may have been surprised (or relieved) by my hiatus from publishing.  I was not idle, however.  I led a study on Energy Efficiency Policy in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on behalf of the Department of Energy-funded Greater Philadelphia Innovation Cluster for Energy Efficient Buildings.  I...[read more]

Solar Companies Turning to Corporate Partnerships For Capital

April 13, 2011 by Reginald Norris

By Matthew K. Norris, Contributing Writer to MyEnergySolution.comFor many start up companies, venture capital financing remains one the signature corporate events in the history of the company.  Not only does venture financing provide the company capital to advance their product but it is also somewhat of a stamp of approval that...[read more]