Cleantech News: Solar Energy Financing on Brink of Transformation; Obama Iowa Wind Power Speech; Clean Coal Not a Thing; Greenpeace & Apple Continue to Dance…

Cleantech News: Solar Energy Financing on Brink of Transformation; Obama Iowa Wind Power Speech; Clean Coal Not a Thing; Greenpeace & Apple Continue to Dance… Posted: 25 May 2012 11:11 AM PDT More cleantech news from around: Solar Energy US Solar Financing on Brink of Transformation: “Financing of US solar …

Solar Industry Workers Tell Lawmakers: Protect Policies that Create Jobs

Solar Industry Workers Call on Lawmakers to Protect Solar Energy JobsPosted: 17 May 2012 07:20 AM PDT Following up on Susan’s post yesterday and Ben Higgins’ exclusive guest post earlier today on this matter, here’s another excellent guest post from solar industry workers that I received via email yesterday from someone at the Protect Net …

Alternative Energy: 5 New Cleantech Startups Getting Support from Greenstart

5 New Cleantech Startups Getting Support from GreenstartPosted: 14 May 2012 03:00 AM PDT Filed under: Energy News   $100 Million for Electric Car Charging in California from NRG EnergyPosted: 14 May 2012 03:00 AM PDT Filed under: Energy News   Top Ten Highlights of Cleantech in Paris, FrancePosted: 14 May 2012 …

Companies miss out on tax incentives for sustainability

Companies miss out on tax incentives for sustainability Companies might fail to minimise the cost of sustainability initiatives if their tax departments are not involved in the efforts, says Ernst & Young. More >>> US biofuels set to outshine geothermal, say financiers The investment future is bright for the US …

Partners Group invests in French wind developer

9 September 2011 Deal News PREMIUM: Partners Group invests in French wind developer Cate Street Capital closes $275m funding for US biomass plant Munich Re, Ping An partner for renewable insurance protection in China Pegasus to build world’s largest smart grid testing facility PREMIUM: Albion Ventures makes first investment in …

The big jobs growth now is in Green Jobs

“WIRED asked LinkedIn to analyze the 7 million US members who have switched industries during the past five years.” The growth in “Renewables and The Environment” was 56.8% — almost off the chart [click to enlarge]. In the future, the only jobs left will be green. Last year, the NY …