NewNet: Goldman Sachs to buy 19 per cent stake in Dong Energy

Jay Owen Greentech

3 October Today’s Top Stories SAP commits $650m for IT investmentPREMIUM EIB lends €100m for efficient power, emissions reductions in Russia UK’s Good Energy to raise £5m through bond sale PREMIUM Algaeon raises $50,000 as it opens funding round PREMIUM Biofuel developer Cool Planet plans $60m refinery in Malaysia First Maxpower gets …

NewNet Clean Energy Investor: Humans causing climate change says IPCC’s latest report

Jay Owen Green Prosperity

30 September Today’s Top Stories Pattern tops IPO target, raising $352m UK Green Investment Bank invests £11m into Welsh biomass plant upgrade Pattern tops IPO target, raising $352m Cleantech VC Navitas Capital leads investment in Enmetric Systems Total and Etrion team up to build 70MW solar in Chile US DOE …

Forget owning a solar panel, buy a stake in one instead

Jay Owen Green Prosperity

      SmartPlanet Daily September 30, 2013 Your must-read morning briefing from SmartPlanet, delivered five days a week.   From the Desk of … Over the weekend, SmartPlanet switched to a format in which all weekly feature stories will be published and ready for perusal by Sunday morning. This daily newsletter …

NewNet Clean Energy Investor Newsletter: Update: RWE to sell more German biomass plants in sector pullback

Ethical Markets - R Greentech

Essential industry insights: cleantech, renewables, sustainability   NewNet Daily Newsletter 26 February 2013 Want to know about the latest deals in the cleantech and renewable energy sector? Get aNewNet premium subscription Deal News Update: RWE to sell more German biomass plants in sector pullback PREMIUM Solar-powered 3G specialist Altobridge gets extra Intel …

Time to internalize those externalities and get prices right

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, Articles by Hazel Henderson

Time to internalize those externalities and get prices right By Hazel Henderson (http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2012/12/21/time-internalize-those-externalities-and-get-prices-right)   An “externality” is code in economics jargon meaning any cost of producing a product that can be omitted (i.e., externalized) from the producer’s balance sheet and passed on to taxpayers, the public or hidden in the environment …