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8th Quarterly Cleantech Editors Roundtable — This Thursday

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#Cleantechers, we are gearing up for our 8th Cleantech Editors Roundtable on September 1st at 2:00pm EST.

The Physics of US Clean Energy Politics with Zach Shahan of CleanTechnica

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Zachary Shahan of CleanTechnica honored us by running our recent white paper, “We’re the people we’re waiting for,” and interviewed us for his CleanTech Talk podcast. 

An Expert in "Breadth of Development" Kimberlee Centera - Scaling Clean Ep. 8

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We designed this show to bring you wisdom from experienced company leaders, and this episode won’t disappoint.  

Topics: Scaling Clean Podcast

Joe Manchin & The Long-Awaited Climate Change Bill: We're the People We're Waiting For

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Before publishing this paper, I had to change its subhead from “Angry about Joe Manchin? Take a number,” to what you read above.

Many working for the clean economy transition are now relieved by the senator from West Virginia because his change of mind has enabled the hugely significant climate bill to become a reality. 

It would be a tragic mistake for us to put our feet up, figuring all’s well that ended well. Let’s be clear: This climate reconciliation bill almost didn’t happen. It’s smaller than it could have been.

Clean Energy Investment - Why Corporations Are Being Drawn to the Clean Energy Market Now

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Note: this article was updated in August 2022 to reflect recent changes in the industry.

The Global Clean Energy Investment Landscape

The cost of renewable energy continues to become more competitive with fossil fuels as LCOE drops. Following passage of tax cut legislation at the end of 2017, Greentech Media reports, "Much of the conversation in clean energy circles…has revolved around a potential shrinking of the tax equity market -- which accounts for between 40 percent and 60 percent of finance for individual solar and wind projects -- because of the reduction in value of renewables credits." According to Greentech Media, however, it appears that - so far at least -  corporate America is showing "continued interest in direct renewables investments." 

Topics: Clean Economy