Recently, the Government of India asked ACORE and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to co-host an exclusive roundtable discussion with the Honorable Piyush Goyal, Minister of State for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy in the Government of India to discuss financing renewable energy. The meeting was held recently on September 20, 2015, and a senior group of American and Indian industry leaders gathered to explore ways in which U.S. industry can work with the Indian government and industry to achieve Prime Minister Modi’s goals of deploying 175 GWs of new renewable energy by 2022.
The successful evening culminated with a signing ceremony, marking a new Memorandum of Understanding between ACORE and CII. The agreement links the two organizations to promote better cooperation between the U.S. and Indian renewable energy industries, as well as sharing of expertise and best practices.
LAS VEGAS – Flashing lights, spinning wheels, money changing hands; no, I’m not talking about a night at the Bellagio – I’m talking about the thriving wind energy industry here in America.
A recent RenewablesBiz piece, “Why roof-top solar panels really don't make sense” makes a puzzling argument at best. The combination of fuzzy logic and conflating arguments on everything from roof angle to net-metering “magic” leaves all but the most uninformed solar observer baffled. Simply put, rooftop solar makes a ton of sense--when you look at the facts.
Three simple reasons why bashing the tax code won’t slow the roll of renewable energy
Nothing says “December in D.C.” like the mad dash to haggle over end-of-year tax extenders – and the energy sectors are no exception. Since this ritual opens the door to plenty of misinformation and special interest lobbying from renewable energy opponents, this post will help hammer out the facts.