The North American unit of a leading Spanish renewable energy company is expected to appoint a new chief executive officer (CEO) soon.
Kill that well! BP is expected to begin work today on a “static kill” of the formerly gushing Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico. The containment cap over the well has held but officials say it isn’t a long term solution. Still, […]
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 […]
Week of April 26 – to – April 30, 2010 It took nine long years and multiple setbacks fueled by passionate opposition from local residents for Boston-based developer Cape Wind to clinch the holy grail: a federal permit to construct the first U.S. […]
Another high-powered techie has turned to the green side. Tony Fadell, “The Godfather of the iPod,” is leaving Apple to work with consumer greentech companies, The New York Times reports.
Andrew de Pass, senior adviser Greentech Capital Advisors We recently spoke to R. Andrew de Pass, a senior adviser with Greentech Capital Advisors, the first investment bank focused solely on the alternative energy and clean technology market. Before joining Greentech, de Pass spent […]
A study by engineering consultants Parson Brinckerhoff claims that Great Britain’s multibillion dollar offshore wind gambit will cost twice as much as nuclear power, Reuters reports. The costs of nuclear generation will be 6-8 pence per kilowatt hour, including decommissioning and waste disposal, […]