Planning for Phasing Out Incentives

Planning for Phasing Out Incentives The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at http://www.ilsr.org/planning-phasing-incentives/ Over the next decade, solar electricity will let consumers get cheaper energy from their rooftop than from their utility. Among the upheaval in the electricity system, the coming of …

Energy Self-Reliant States: The High Cost of the Solar Middleman

How much does a solar middleman cost?  A lot, according to data from the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources.  My latest blog post explains why the state of Massachusetts expects to pay double the production incentive for 3rd party owned (solar leasing) projects compared to host owned projects. Sincerely, John The High …

Storebrand reduces carbon exposure in investments – 19 companies excluded

We at Ethical Markets  applaud Storebrand for this leadership  and hope they will shift these assets to growing the green economy globally ! – Hazel Henderson , Editor After the latest sustainability analysis of the Energy sector, Storebrand has excluded 13 coal and 6 oil sands companies from all investments. …

Why Solar Stocks

Why Solar Stocks Regardless of what solar stocks are currently doing the most important thing to remember is that we are just at the very beginning of the growth of the solar industry – the growth curve worldwide is just starting to climb the steepest part of its growth curve …

Storebrand reduces carbon exposure in investments – 19 companies excluded

Storebrand reduces carbon exposure in investments – 19 companies excluded   After the latest sustainability analysis of the Energy sector, Storebrand has excluded 13 coal and 6 oil sands companies from all investments. The aim of these exclusions is to reduce Storebrand’s exposure to fossil fuels and to secure long …