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Integrys Energy Services Partners with Clean Power Finance for First ...
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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 ...
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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
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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
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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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European Clean Energy Innovators to Get €100 Million

 

BRUSSELS, Belgium , October 19, 2018 (ENS) – Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates knows that €100 million can fund a lot of climate-friendly, clean energy research by European innovators, so as founding chairman of a new investment fund, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Gates is collaborating with the European Commission to provide that support.

Under Gates’ leadership, Breakthrough Energy and the European Commission Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish Breakthrough Energy Europe (BEE), a joint investment fund to help innovative European companies develop and bring “radically new clean energy technologies” to market.

Breakthrough Energy Europe links public funding with long-term risk capital so that clean energy research and innovation can be brought to market more quickly and efficiently.

With a capitalization of €100 million (US$115.2 million), the fund will focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting energy efficiency in the areas of electricity, transport, agriculture, manufacturing, and buildings.

Prop 127's Dramatic Ramp-Up of Clean Energy Mandate Poses Challenge

Under the current, much-lower requirements put in place by the Arizona Corporation Commission in 2006, utilities must generate 15 percent of their electricity from renewable resources by 2025.

In a recent fiscal analysis of Proposition 127, the Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee refrained from giving a concrete prediction of the mandate’s financial impact over the 12 next years, based on the many unknown factors.

The JLBC's impact assessment largely deferred to other studies, with the committee writing that the proposition’s “fiscal impact is difficult to quantify in advance, especially since it would not be fully implemented until 2030.”

That’s not exactly true, at least from the perspective of the utilities, because each year's new and higher standard under Prop 127 would need to be fully implemented in that year.

Take Tucson Electric Power, for example. According to spokesperson Joseph Barrios, the southern Arizona utility currently gets about 14 percent of its electricity from renewable energy sources. That puts the utility at the required threshold through 2021.

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).