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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
http://www.dailyfinance.com/2014/01/09/utilities-are-taking-a-shot-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
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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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Catalytic Green Finance for Clean Energy Transition in India

A combination of government incentives, policy focus, and falling equipment prices have been instrumental in realizing the deployment of 22 GW of solar power across the country. However, about 95% of India’s solar capacity, or approximately 21 out of 22 GW, is in the form of large-scale ground mounted projects. While the government has plans to deploy 60 GW of large-scale solar, including 40 GW from ultra-mega solar power projects (i.e. solar parks), distributed generation such as through rooftop solar on homes and commercial buildings offers several benefits. Unlike land intensive solar parks, rooftop solar primarily adds capacity using existing space; generates power close to consumption, thus cutting down on transmission and distribution losses; and can be a powerful vehicle for taking the solar revolution to remote, rural consumers without access to modern energy.

Our engagement with market participants shows that access to financing – especially for smaller developers, that lack the top-credit quality required by banks - is still a key issue to scaling up rooftop solar and distributed generation market in India. Experts from financial institutions have indicated that solutions to aggregate these projects into an economical deal size, and availability of credit enhancement, such as guarantees, would enable them to increase their clean energy lending.

Telecom & Energy Are Converging To Bring Climate Smart Solutions To Africa

 

By Charlotte Aubin, CEO GreenWish Partners France, and Thomas Chalumeau, Chief Strategy Officer and Exco member Orange MEA, GSMA Utilities Champion (social impact programs)

“Technology makes it possible, people are making it happen!”

Two major revolutions are currently under way at global scale in the telecom and energy sectors since the start of this new Millennium: digital and new models around off-grid solar and distributed energy.

The convergence of these 2 major disruptions is about to reshape the challenge of energy access in emerging markets, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, where 70% of the population does not have access to the power grid and power cuts are frequent, even in large cities.

According to most recent estimates from the World Bank, in 2040, up to 55% of Africans having access to power will get it through new disruptive business models, ranging from mini-grids to solar home systems up to a whole range of other decentralized energy initiatives, on top of the necessary extension of the grid.

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