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The Week In Green Energy: Mr. Hu Comes to America

Presidents Obama and Hu meet for dinner at the White House Chinese President Hu Jintao arrived in the U.S. this week for a four-day state visit. The White House rolled out the red carpet, working overtime to make sure that its largest creditor […]

The Alternative Agenda: First Wind Goes Public; Gates Tells California to Vote “No” on Prop 23; DOE Eying Fee to Kickstart Power Line Development

First Wind IPO This week Boston-based wind developer First Wind Generation is expected to price shares as part of its Initial Public Offering (IPO). The IPO has a price range of $24.00 -to- $26.00. Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are underwriting […]

The Alternative Agenda: First Wind Goes Public; Gates Tells California to Vote No on Prop 23; DOE Eying Fee to Kickstart Power Line Development

First Wind IPO This week Boston-based wind developer First Wind Generation is expected to price shares as part of its Initial Public Offering (IPO). The IPO has a price range of $24.00 -to- $26.00.? Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are underwriting […]

The Week In Green Energy: iBanking Goes Sustainable

Morgan Stanley's iconic headquarter in New York The renewable energy and cleantech sector is ripe for a wave of consolidation and Wall Street banks don’t want to miss out on this potentially lucrative stream of green advisory fees. That’s why a growing number […]

$1.4B Per Year in Government Cleantech/Green Energy Investment is Not Enough

Does the Kerry-Boxer climate change bill stifle innovation by underfunding cleantech? We’ve been on this horse for a while now, arguing that too few of the emissions allowances in both the Kerry-Boxer bill in senate and the Waxman-Markey measure in the house go […]

Business Leaders Come to D.C. to Lobby for the Earth and Themselves

Are we seeing a new era of corporate activism on climate change or is this just a fleeting moment? Today, following on the heels of the latest defection from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over its opposition to cap-and-trade, business executives from 150 […]

Will Cap-and-Trade Go The Way of The Public Option?

On Sunday White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, when asked whether President Obama would sign a bill that did not include a  price on carbon, said Obama had campaigned on cap-and-trade and believed that a comprehensive energy and climate change legislation should […]

Energy Secretary Chu Postpones China Trip “To Work on BP Oil Spill”

Energy Secretary Steven Chu has postponed his trip to China, scheduled for next week, after President Obama asked him to stay to continue to oversee the government’s response to the month-old BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Energy Secretary Chu Postpones China Trip To Work on BP Oil Spill

Energy Secretary Steven Chu has postponed his trip to China, scheduled for next week, after President Obama asked him to stay to continue to oversee the government’s response to the month-old BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

March Top Ten Players In Green Energy

Welcome to the March edition of G.E.R.’s Top Ten Players in Green Energy. This month Chevron and its pragmatic green strategy takes the lead. Our ranking looks back over the previous month and takes into account a player’s ability to influence the cleantech […]