The Wayang Windu power station, Indonesia GE Energy Financial Services, the energy financing unit of General Electric, is financing the expansion of a geothermal power plant in Indonesia via a $50 million credit facility. The loan is part of a larger $282 million […]
1: BrightSource Energy A BrightSource CSP plant Yes. We at Green Energy Reporter are unabashed BrightSource Energy fans. The news that the concentrated solar power (CSP) firm is eyeing a 2011 initial public offering only makes us love the company more because we […]
No cap-and-trade in the Boehner House (and that's one thing he won't cry about!) After a two-week hiatus, G.E.R.’s The Week In Green Energy is back! And in Washington, after four years in the minority, Republicans are also back! Dark days for green […]
On Thursday night Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D ? Nev.) introduced a tax package with a provision that would extend by one-year important green energy stimulus programs, including the very popular 1603 cash grants. By adding the green funding provisions Reid hopes […]
Over the past two years GE Energy Financial Services, GE’s energy-financing unit, has doubled its renewable energy and cleantech investments.
CoolPlanetBioFuels, a Camarillo, Calif. start-up company developing a technology that converts low-grade biomass into high-grade, carbon-negative fuel, has secured $8 million from North Bridge Venture Partners and GE Energy Financial Services, General Electric’s energy financing unit.
Folsom, Calif.,-based SynapSense, a developer of wireless energy efficiency solutions that cuts power costs of data centers, has raised $5 million in a new financing round. GE’s energy financing unit, GE Energy Financial Services, stepped in as a first-time investor.
Lubber: Not optimistic about climate legislation Mindy Lubber is the President of Ceres, a coalition of investors and environmental organizations that work to build sustainability into the capital markets and address climate change. Lubber, a former regional administrator of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, […]
The United States should triple clean energy R&D to $16 billion a year, a council composed of General Electric’s Jeffrey Immelt, Bill Gates and John Doerr and others, has recommended. The American Energy Innovation Council also recommended that government fund the Advanced Research […]