“” read the entire article found on internet 10 November 2020.
“The UK has become more attractive to renewable energy investors following the government’s decision to lift its block on financial support for onshore wind and solar projects. Britain has climbed the rankings of a biannual global survey of investors to take the sixth spot in Ernst & Young’s “attractiveness index” for renewable energy ahead … [Read more…]
“pv magazine: What has been the impact of Covid-19 outbreak on solar installations in India? Pinaki Bhattacharyya: The installations are getting deferred by a quarter as of now as India sources around 80% of its solar modules from China making it heavily dependent on one country for meeting its clean energy goals. However, the … [Read more…]
“The government of the United Kingdom has announced their new energy policy, which is called Smart Export Guarantee. It is to replace FIT, which is designed to encourage uptake of a range of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies. The new scheme has its critics who say that the UK government should encourage … [Read more…]
“The energy consultant accused of forging documents to get state funding for a troubled solar power installation at two Oregon universities offered a surprising new alibi this week. My brother did it. In a sworn statement filed Monday in Marion County Circuit Court, Phil Shain, the brother of the Seattle-based consultant, Martin Shain, claims … [Read more…]
“State and federal law enforcement agents hoped for a confession. But Seattle energy consultant Martin Shain wasn’t playing ball. Agents from the Oregon Department of Justice and the FBI investigating an Oregon solar power project last September persuaded another player in the case to telephone Shain in hopes he would incriminate himself. Agents wanted … [Read more…]
“The usual suspects had predictable reactions this week after a federal trial jury convicted three upstate real-estate developers and the State University’s onetime nanotech czar, Alain Kaloyeros, on charges of bid-rigging tied to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s upstate economic-development projects. Cuomo’s harshest critics jumped on the verdict in the Buffalo Billion case as further evidence … [Read more…]
“When President-elect Obama came to Washington in late 2008, he was outspoken about the need for an economic stimulus to revive a struggling economy. He wanted billions of dollars spent on “shovel-ready projects” to build roads; billions more for developing alternative-energy projects; and additional billions for expanding broadband Internet access and creating a “smart … [Read more…]