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Tom Konrad CFA
Tom Konrad CFA
Bottom line: Yingli appears to be in financial distress but will avoid defaulting on debt obligations coming due next week, while China’s broader solar panel sector is likely to face new anti-dumping tariffs in Europe later this year. [Read more...]
Europe’s utilities are re-evaluating their business models due to the energy transition. Members of POWER-GEN Europe’s Advisory Board consider how a reliance on fossil fuels is no longer politically desirable, forcing utilities to transform their portfolios to adapt to radical change.
Exelon has a long history of using political influence to oppose the deployment of renewable energy. Exelon’s political operations may impact the co…
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Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has opened its new 75,000 square foot, $438 million Central Utilities Plant (CUP).
The World Bank indicated in its new report “Building Competitive Green Industries: The Climate and Clean Technology Opportunity for Developing Countries” that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries are set to undergo signific…
Date: 5/12/2015 to 5/12/2015Source: American Wind Energy Association2 p.m. ET
The discipline of wind resource assessment requires expertise in many unique and diverse fields. Professionals are required to possess mechanical expertise in how measuremen…
An energy revolution clearly is underway in the United States and it could not come at a better time. It is taking place just as we need to make major investments in energy infrastructure.
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Japan anticipates that by 2030 clean energy such as solar and hydro will generate slightly more of the nation’s electricity than nuclear power plants.