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The Summit On Clean Tech Law & The New Energy Policy

Creative Greenius

All the details after the jump- In the civilized world, unprecedented efforts are being made globally to deal with climate change – almost all of which is directly traceable to the use of “dirty&# technologies. Stimulus Package allocated for renewables? How does the private venture and financing sector view investment in CleanTech companies and what opportunities are investors looking for?

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Report from the REFF-Wall Street; Themes in Renewable Energy Finance

Green Car Congress

Green Car Congress attended the Renewable Energy Finance Forum - Wall Street (REFF-Wall Street) conference (23-24 June) sponsored by Euromoney Energy Events and the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE). Energy Markets in a State of Change. Dr. Paul addressed a positive change—the days of increasing US oil consumption may be over. “ As another panelist pointed out, “ The New York Times is well-equipped to write the article about how Stimulus Funds have been wasted ”.

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California Goes To Hell In A Handbasket But Greenius Says AB 811 is Our Route To Green Heaven

Creative Greenius

The treasure chest was cleverly disguised in the form of Federal stimulus money from the ARRA, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. That’s why they have authorized over $7 billion bucks in energy efficiency and clean energy programs for the USA. As the Greenius learned in early June, when I was at the EcoMotion Palm Desert AB 811 conference, programs like the Greenius’ favorite, AB 811, were tailor-made to score great big bagfuls of bucks from this stimulus.

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World Economic Forum Report: US$515 Billion Per Year Needed in Green Investments

Green Car Congress

A report released by the World Economic Forum during its annual meeting in Davos warns that to have a chance of limiting the average increase in global temperatures to 2°C, a level which an increasing number of experts already considers unsafe, at least US$515 billion per year will need to be invested in clean energy globally between now and 2030. Clean energy opportunities have the potential to generate significant economic returns.

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