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Integrys Energy Services Partners with Clean Power Finance for First ...
Integrys Energy Services Partners with Clean Power Finance for First ... SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Clean Power Finance® (CPF) and Integrys Energy Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Integrys Energy Group, Inc. (NYSE: TEG), a leading Midwestern utility holding company, today announced the creation of a residential 

Clean Power Finance Receives 2013 CCBJ Business Achievement Award in ...
SAN FRANCISCO — Climate Change Business Journal® (CCBJ), a business research publication for the climate change industry, has named Clean Power Finance® a winner of its 2013 Business Achievement: Finance award. “CCBJ recognized a number 

Utilities Are Trying Their Hand at Residential Solar
Utilities Are Trying Their Hand at Residential Solar The latest company to bet big on solar is Integrys Energy Group , who is using an innovative offering from Clean Power Finance to get into the residential solar business. Integrys's subsidiary Integrys Energy Services is investing in a residential

Investors see green in clean energy
Investors see green in clean energy Global clean energy investment was $254 billion last year, according to Michael Liebreich, CEO of Bloomberg New Energy Finance. But the International Energy Agency has said that $36 trillion of clean energy investment, or $1 trillion a year, is

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Online certificate at Yale prepares professionals to join the clean economy

We want to bring Yale to professionals who don’t traditionally have access to it, and whose work could jumpstart climate mitigation efforts,” says Bourg-Meyer. “This includes environmental advocates who see the value of new financial models, bankers who are curious about clean energy, and engineers who would benefit from understanding how policy is made.” 

The certificate is one of three pilot initiatives at Yale supporting the university’s commitment to sharing Yale’s intellectual assets with the world, and driving solutions to climate change. The others are: Tropical Forest Landscapes: Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, and the Climate Change and Health Certificate from the Yale School of Public Health. All three are supported by the Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning.

A number of Yale alumni, including sector innovators and change-makers are engaged in this effort, including Katie Dykes ’00 B.A., ’06 M.A./J.D., the newly appointed commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection; Richard Kauffman ’79 M.A., ’83 M.P.P.M., chair of energy & finance for New York; and Jeffrey Schub ’13 M.B.A., executive director of the Coalition for Green Capital. “The quality and number of experts and faculty involved in this effort really is a testament to the depth of expertise that Yale can pull together. These are the people building the business models and institutions of the clean economy,” says Stuart DeCew ’11 M.E.M./M.B.A., CBEY’s executive director.

Should intellectual property rights be stripped to stop global warming?

No. Nothing should be done about global warming, especially not taking away people's rights. Any warming is because of fewer sun spots on the sun (sun spots give off less radiation).