Lincoln International is pleased to present you with the latest DealReader from our global Renewable Energy Industry group.
The study aims to alert institutional investors to the risks of investing in projects which depend on sustained high prices to make a return, and that are as a result exposed to a future double hit of falling oil prices and growing climate regulation in an increasingly carbon-constrained world.
The PV pioneers and solar veterans made the future possible, but we couldn't imagine what it would look like. The young now own it, and they have no doubts about where it is going, and what they have to do to get it there.
In this paper, we discuss the critical issues that sources and states face in evaluating EPA's proposal and developing plans to meet the Clean Power Plan requirements.
Solar City, a company started by two brothers in 2006, has now become America's largest solar services provider. It plans to expand its business by acquiring the solar panel manufacturer Silveo.
The growth of distributed PV is showing no signs of slowing down, and with it solar monitoring is set to grow as well.
Natural gas production leaks methane along its entire supply chain - from drilling to storing, processing to distributing.
To learn more about the future of renewable energy, checkout the infographic below created by the New Jersey Institute of Technology
Unsure about whether electric cars are here to stay or whether they are the best choice for your needs? Here is everything you need to know about these cost-efficient, environmentally friendly, and ever-improving wonder vehicles!
Texas leads the ENERGY STAR certified homes in 2013 and continuing its leading position in Q1 2014.
Lincoln International's Renewable Energy Group is pleased to present the latest Q1 2014 Solar Energy Stock Index Report, which tracks relevant solar company metrics in this growing industry.
It is of interest to note how the large majority of plants, in terms of numbers of single plants, is skewed towards projects with a size lower than 3MWp, represented by more than 5'000 plants.
This Issues in Focus article is intended to emphasize that there is a great deal of uncertainty related to factors such as policy, project costs, and natural gas prices—and that a shift in any of these factors could significantly change EIA's renewable projections, generally in the positive direction.
But Solar came second - twice as much as coal - and Wind was 4th (comment from AltEnergyMag)
As variable, distributed generation increasingly becomes a prevalent source of generation in regions, changes in capacity market dynamics will have a profound impact on generating assets and their future economic viability.
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