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Global trends in clean energy investment - Michael Liebreich
2011 EFL Annual Lecture this year entitled: Global trends in clean energy investment and given by Michael Liebreich, Chief Executive of Bloomberg New Energy Finance. This lecture was recorded on 29 March 2011. For more information please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/energyfutureslab
UNEP: Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2016
UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner's introduction of the report Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2016
Views: 1839 Constantine Alexander
Latest Trends In Global Renewable Energy Investment
16 May 2017 - Cedrus Investments, Chairman, Rani Jarkas reveals to The Capital Network’s Director Lelde Smits the latest trends in global renewable energy investments, unique features of clean energy investments in China and the outlook for investing into renewable energy across the Asia Pacific.
Views: 441 The Capital Network
The Continued Rise of Renewable Energy
John McCann (MBA ’08), Managing Director in the Global Power & Utilities Group at Barclays Investment Bank, discusses current trends in renewables and their growing importance in the energy sector. Peter Wilson (Class of 2018) is the president of the Darden Capital Management (DCM). DCM is a student-led club that manages over $15 million of the school’s endowment and is focused on promoting the interest and experience of its members in the investment management industry.
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Investing in renewable energy
In this episode of HDTAY I talk about the energy sector and the trends that we are seeing today as well as the future of the sector as a whole. Check out the champion of the week and the short sports recap of the week.
Views: 1575 Rod Navarro
Trends in Global energy use - Sustainable Energy - TU Delft
Until now you have encountered various energy carriers in this MOOC, both fossil-based like coal and oil, but also renewable energy carriers such as wind and biomass. In this lecture you will get a concise introduction to the global trends, both historic and expected, for these energy carriers. This video is part of the edX course: Sustainable Energy: Design A Renewable Future (EnergyX)
Rise of renewable energy investments in Africa Part - 1
www.abndigital.com ABN's Jeremy chats to Mike Peo, Head of Infrastructure, Energy and Telecoms at Nedbank Capital about global trends in renewable energy investment.
Views: 835 CNBCAfrica
Investment in Renewable Energy Sources Surges Around the World
Global investments in green energy are up nearly a third to $211 billion, according to the 'Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2011' report released on July 7 by UNEP, Bloomberg New Energy Finance and the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. TheAutoChannel.com has complete, honest information about alternative and renewable energy and fuels.
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Renewable Energy Statistics For 2017 | Franck Energy
Nearly 90% of new power in Europe was from renewable sources in 2016. Source: The Guardian By 2016, renewable capacity in place was enough to supply over 23% of global electricity. Source: Ren21 Global capacity of glazed and unglazed solar thermal collectors rose by over 6% in 2015. Source: Ren21 About 70 countries worldwide had off-grid solar PV capacity installed or had supporting programmes in place by 2016. Source: Ren21 Global new investment in renewable power and fuels climbed to a record $285.9 billion in 2015. Source: Ren21 By 2016, top countries for renewable electric capacity were China, USA, Brazil, Germany, and Canada. Source: Ren21 Low global oil prices resulted in a slowdown for renewable energy heating and cooling during 2015. Source: Ren21 Bioenergy accounted for over 90% of modern renewable heat generation in 2015. Source: Ren21 Solar power generation saw a 33% growth by the start of 2016. Source: BP Global Developing economies have surged ahead of developed countries for total new renewable energy investment. Source: FS-UNEP Centre Renewable energy (excluding large hydro) made up 53.6% of new power generating capacity installed in 2015; a first-time majority. Source: FS-UNEP Centre Hydropower is the leading renewable source for electricity generation, supplying 71% of all renewable electricity. Source: World Energy Council Global wind power generation reached 432 GW in 2015; 7% of total global power generation capacity. A record of 63 GW was added in 2015 and total investment in the global wind sector was $109 billion Source: World Energy Council Total investment in the global wind sector has reached a record level of $109.6 billion. Source: World Energy Council
Integrated Clean Energy Investment Strategies
USAWEEK EUROPE DAY 2 - NOVEMBER 12TH Projects and business opportunities in the US Energy day Recorded by Tribucle Integrated Clean Energy Investment Strategies: Leveraging Synergies between Natural Gas and Renewables Global Energy Capital LLC (GEC) and Global Natural Gas Ventures LLC (GNGV), Carter W. Page, Founder and Managing Partner
A look at Indonesia's renewable energy investment #AskIEA
Following the release of World Energy Investment 2016, we called on our followers to put questions to the experts behind the report. In this video, IEA Energy Analyst Michael Waldron responds to a question from one of our Twitter followers regarding Indonesia's renewable energy investment. Find our more about the report here: http://bit.ly/2cEJxzK
What Makes a Good Clean Energy Investment?
Managing Director for Riverstone Holdings discusses what makes a good clean-tech investment for private equity firms versus what doesn't.  Full video can be seen for free at: http://fora.tv/2013/02/06/energy_perspective
Views: 332 FORA.tv
The Clean Energy Investment Accelerator - 2016 FiRe Finalist
Presented by Alexia Kelly, Allotrope Partners, at the BNEF Future of Energy Summit, NY
Pew Report: Global Clean Energy Investment a Record $263 Billion in 2011
Global clean energy finance and investment grew to $263 billion in 2011, a 6.5 percent increase over the previous year, accrording to new research released by the Pew Charitable Trusts in its report, Who's Winning the Clean Energy Race? Among Group of Twenty (G-20) nations, the United States reclaimed the top spot from China, which led the global clean energy race since 2009. Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and India were also among the nations that most successfully attracted private investments last year.
Views: 135 Liz Boyd
Sustainable Growth Of Renewable Energy In 2018 and the latest trends | SRE
Two years ago, data from the International Renewable Energy Agency has shown that the amount of renewable energy generated worldwide has doubled in only a decade. These figures point to yet unseen adoption of solar, wind, hydro and other emission-free energy resources by the world’s largest economies. With the US and China supporting the largest clean power portfolios, Brazil, Germany, Canada and India are close behind. According to the Agency’s director-general Adnan Amin, this surge in renewable energy not only contributes to global carbon-free electricity, but also provides multiple socio-economic benefits, like economic growth, employment and human welfare. Let’s explore the latest trend in renewable technologies. 1-Taller wind turbines 2-New thin-film technology allows solar panels to become cheaper and more available. -Read full article and discover more renewable energy trends in 2018.https://www.survivalrenewableenergy.com/sustainable-growth-renewable-energy-2018/ -Author :- Will StandFord. -Images credit :- Pexels.com -Subscribe :-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy76Poqna6Oo5i6qdhrNqnA -Follow Survival Renewable Energy :- Facebook :- https://www.facebook.com/Survival-Renewable-Energy-764997776858299/ Twitter :-  https://twitter.com/SurvRenewEnergy Google+ :- https://plus.google.com/+Survivalrenewableenergy Instagram :- https://www.instagram.com/survrenewenergy/ Linkdin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/solar-panel-system/
The Future of Renewable Energy
As solar and wind power costs continue to fall and deployment grows, please join our panelists as they analyze the outlook for renewable energy globally and renewable energy policies in the United States, China, and countries around the world. Speakers Jonathan Coony Global Lead for Green Competitiveness, World Bank Group Amy Myers Jaffe David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment and Director of the Program on Energy Security and Climate Change, Council on Foreign Relations Joanna I. Lewis Associate Professor of Science, Technology, and International Affairs, Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service Presider David Sandalow Inaugural Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/WCYsH7 The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher. Visit the CFR website: http://www.cfr.org Follow CFR on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cfr_org Follow CFR on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/councilonforeignrelations/
Investing in renewables: opportunities and challenges
As investment in the renewable energy sector continues to grow, we examine the opportunities and challenges for the renewable energy in the UK and Europe and what makes the sector attractive to long term investors.
Views: 3049 Macquarie Group
Global Trends and opportunities in Renewable Energy
Conférence de Michael Liebreich, fondateur et président du conseil consultatif de Bloomberg New Energy Finance lors du Colloque 2016 de l'AQPER.
Views: 199 AQPER
Bipasha Baruah: Global Trends in Women’s Employment in Renewable and Clean Energy
Concerns about environmental sustainability and fossil-fuel insecurity have motivated countries around the world to transition to clean energy supplies derived from renewables such as solar, hydro, bioenergy, geothermal and wind. Since producing and distributing renewables is more labor-intensive than producing and distributing fossil fuels, this shift is creating new employment opportunities and addressing energy poverty in remote or under-served communities. Although there is tremendous potential to create employment in renewable and clean energy almost everywhere in the world, there is growing concern that women, who are already underrepresented in the sector, will become even more marginalized if gender equity policies and programs are not proactively planned and implemented. This research project identifies opportunities and constraints for women’s employment in renewable and clean energy in industrialized, emerging and developing economies, and makes recommendations for optimizing their participation. Findings from this research reveal the need for broader socially progressive policies and shifts in societal attitudes about gender roles, for women to benefit optimally from employment in renewables. Restructuring paid employment in innovative ways while delinking social protection from employment status has been suggested in some industrialized countries as a way to balance gender equity with economic security and environmental protection. However, without more transformative social changes in gender relations, such strategies may just reinforce rather than subvert existing gender inequities, both in paid employment and in unpaid domestic labor. Grounded interventions to promote gender equality in renewable energy employment – especially within the context of increasing access to energy services for underserved communities – are more prevalent and better-established in some non-OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries. OECD countries might be well-advised to try to implement certain programs and policies that are already in place in some emerging economies. This event was co-sponsored by the Department of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research at Western University. Bipasha Baruah, Western University October 26, 2018 Visit the Rotman website for more information on applications, events, project descriptions, and openings. http://www.rotman.uwo.ca Follow The Rotman Institute on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rotmanphilo Like The Rotman Institute on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rotmanphilosophy Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rotmanphilosophy
Breakthrough in renewable energy - VPRO documentary
It’s not in the papers but a silent revolution is moving across the world. Renewable energy is becoming cheaper than from fossil fuels. It means that progressively the choice for wind and solar energy is no longer an ethical one but an economic one. And this will speed up the transfer to renewable energy. In countries like Brazil, Australia, Chile and parts of the United States people consider renewable energy because of financial reasons. The price of solar and wind energy will continue to drop and in more countries renewable energy will occur. A surprising newcomer on the market is Morocco, where the government expects that in 2020 more than 40 percent of the energy could come from solar energy. Originally broadcasted by VPRO in 2016. © VPRO Backlight March 2016 On VPRO broadcast you will find nonfiction videos with English subtitles, French subtitles and Spanish subtitles, such as documentaries, short interviews and documentary series. VPRO Documentary publishes one new subtitled documentary about current affairs, finance, sustainability, climate change or politics every week. We research subjects like politics, world economy, society and science with experts and try to grasp the essence of prominent trends and developments. Subscribe to our channel for great, subtitled, recent documentaries. Visit additional youtube channels bij VPRO broadcast: VPRO Broadcast, all international VPRO programs: https://www.youtube.com/VPRObroadcast VPRO DOK, German only documentaries: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBi0VEPANmiT5zOoGvCi8Sg VPRO Metropolis, remarkable stories from all over the world: https://www.youtube.com/user/VPROmetropolis VPRO World Stories, the travel series of VPRO: https://www.youtube.com/VPROworldstories VPRO Extra, additional footage and one off's: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLrhK07g6LP-JtT0VVE56A www.VPRObroadcast.com Credits: Director: Martijn Kieft Research: Robert Kosters Producer: Jolanda Segers Commissioning editors: Marije Meerman, Doke Romeijn English, French and Spanish subtitles: Ericsson. French and Spanish subtitles are co-funded by European Union.
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Debate: Will Clean Energy Investment Transform Economy and Create Jobs?
Fred Smith and Bob Pollin debate a proposal for a massive investment in the production of clean energy
Views: 2608 The Real News Network
Rebound in Clean Energy Investment in 2014 Beats Expectations
Surges in investment in offshore wind in Europe, and solar in China and the US, helped to drive the 2014 global clean energy total up 16% to $310bn. Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Seb Henbest, Angus McCrone and Luke Mills discuss the reasons for this upward trend and the different performances between regions, sectors and types of investments. © 2014 | 3BL Media/Bloomberg | All Rights Reserved
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Rise of renewable energy investments in Africa Part - 2
www.abndigital.com ABN's Jeremy chats to Mike Peo, Head of Infrastructure, Energy and Telecoms at Nedbank Capital about global trends in renewable energy investment.
Views: 87 CNBCAfrica
Platts Global Energy Outlook Forum – Buying the Change: Clean vs. Traditional Energy
Bringing the valuable experience from two highly respected financial firms, Citi and First Reserve, this debate faced renewable energy against more traditional, fossil fueled energy. John Hill demonstrated that hydrocarbon investments have the highest potential to make remarkable returns given technology advancements, while Mike Eckhart argued for the long, inevitable trend toward clean energy investments being the most sound.
Views: 255 S&P Global Platts
Clean Energy - A Tipping Point: Goldman Sachs' Stuart Bernstein
Stuart Bernstein, global head of the Clean Technology and Renewables Group at Goldman Sachs, discusses how lower costs have led to the rapid adoption of renewable energy, creating a tipping point for energy producers and consumers.
Views: 1474 Goldman Sachs
The Simplest Way To Invest In Renewable Energy
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Seminar - Eric Martinot: Renewable Energy Urban Futures: A Global Update
The New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities presents: Seminar: Renewable Energy Urban Futures: A Global Update. Date: Tuesday 11th August Speaker: Eric Martinot In this seminar Dr. Eric Martinot provides an update on global trends with renewable energy markets, investments, and business models, and gives updated cases of how cities and communities are applying renewable energy profitably and in service to local goals. Many community, peer-to-peer, and household-based business models are emerging strongly, including integration with heat supply (and district energy), air conditioning, flexible "demand response", time-of-use pricing, and electric vehicle charging. He also discusses the "Global 100% Renewable Energy" campaign and the campaign's "Global Progress Panel" he is chairing to track global progress at the local level. Dr. Eric Martinot is an internationally recognized scholar, writer, and teacher on the subject of renewable energy. He is professor of management and economics at the Beijing Institute of Technology. He currently serves as senior fellow with the China National Renewable Energy Center, the California Public Utilities Commission, the Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies in Japan and is a teaching fellow with Victoria University of Wellington. He was report author of the REN21 Renewables Global Futures Report, and was lead author until 2010 of the REN21 Renewables Global Status Report. He was formerly a senior energy specialist with the World Bank. He has written 70 publications on renewable and sustainable energy since 1990, and holds a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley and a B.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For more information on the work of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities please subscribe above or view our website: http://sustainablecities.org.nz/news-events/
10 Energy Trends to Follow in 2017
What are the energy trends to follow in 2017? On this training you will learn about key technologies that could potentially change the everyday life of the energy manager like: - Demand response. - On-site Renewables. Renewables are, of course, a game changer when talking about generating energy savings. But cheaper solutions and news like the Tesla Solar Roof could make 2017 the year of renewables. - Blockchain applied to energy. From fintech to independent energy networks. - Microgrids. Specially important for remote places or military zones. Do you know what is a microgrid? - Low cost & higher capacity energy storage. Since Tesla launched their power wall energy storage has been a huge blast on the industry. Cheaper batteries are coming this year. - Virtual Energy Audits. A new trend that is a reality with tools like the Energy Grader (http://dex.ma/2m1BBtx). - NZEB buildings. This energy trend got a boost thanks to latest regulations in European Union related to Near Zero Energy Buildings. Do you need to know more about those intelligent, low consumption buildings? Thanks to this training session with our R&D Director, Miguel Cruz, you will be able to discover what does each trend mean, and, of course, if your work as energy manager is going to be affected by them this year, or if this energy trends 2017 are yet to come… Download more training materials at: http://dex.ma/2k5cEzr
IRENA Sustainable Energy Marketplace: Promoting Renewable Energy Investments in Developing Countries
This webinar is specifically tailored for investors and financiers, both public and private, who are interested in finding more opportunities in renewable energy sector in developing countries. The video showcases how the marketplace works, how to identify investment opportunities according to specific investment criteria, how IRENA and its partner institutions can facilitate the contacts and project development, and how to use other relevant information, tools and databases available on the marketplace. IRENA also illustrates how easy it is for investors and financiers to register. The webinar has been arranged in cooperation with Power Africa, one of IRENA’s main strategic partners in the marketplace. Power Africa explains what is their value added for project developers and investors, and how Power Africa cooperates with IRENA in the context of the Sustainable Energy Marketplace.
Alinova Holding S.A. - The Global Energy System  - renewable energy
DIY Home Energy. Visit http://tinyurl.com/hvpb65k An introducton to alternative energy sources. Governmental department whose mission is to advance energy technology and promote related innovation in the United States. Solar is the Latin word for sun-a powerful source of energy that can be used to heat, cool, and light our homes and businesses. As businesses prepare for a carbon-constrained future the bloom energy server offers a clean reliable and affordable solution to meet a customer's sustainability needs. Scientists have further developed their designs in order for these alternatives to be more cost-effective and generate much more power than they previously did. United nations' secretary-general ban ki-moon has said that renewable energy has the ability to lift the poorest nations to new levels of prosperity. Germany trade & invest presents its short film about germany’s renewable energy revolution the so called energiewende (energy transition). How do we create an energy system of renewable energy where also cars ships and planes can operate on fossil-free energy? We have a front row seat to the only known transformation of a world powered by dirty fossil fuels to a planet that gets its energy from renewable clean sources. The world invests more than US$ 1 trillion a year in energy, according to Sustainable Energy for All, an initiative set up by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; yet much of this money is invested in outdated and polluting systems. The use of coal, oil and gas for energy continues to grow. The 2012 report Trends in Global CO2 Emissions -- produced by the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency -- reports that in 2011, coal consumption increased globally by 5.4% and accounted for over 30% of global energy consumption, the highest share since 1969. Investment in renewable energy production has been growing for years. According to the Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2013 report, US$ 244 billion was invested in renewable energy in 2012, a fall of 12% compared to the previous year and the first time since 2006 that investment failed to grow year on year. There were several reasons for this drop, including weakened US and European markets, the drastically falling price of solar products, overproduction, trade tensions and instability in the policy regime for renewable energy in important developed economy markets. It is clear that a rapid scale up of renewable or sustainable sources of energy is urgently needed to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Lower carbon transport fuels and more efficiency in energy use can both play a part. What is essential, though, is that the use of green energy is vastly expanded. Is green energy particularly wind and solar energy the solution to our climate and energy problems? Read the breaking Energy coverage and top headlines on Forbes. Or should we be relying on things like natural gas nuclear energy and even coal for our energy needs and environmental obligations? Or should we be relying on things like natural gas nuclear energy and even coal for our energy needs and environmental obligations?
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Polenergia S.A.  ✕  Bloomberg New Energy Finance  ✕  Investor Roundtable
Michael LIEBREICH, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Chairman of the Advisory Board - "Global Trend in Clean Energy Investment" Janis HOBERG, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Senior Analyst - "Trends in Renewable Energy, Policy and Costs in Europe and Poland" 25/02/2016, Warsaw
Views: 622 Polenergia S.A.
UNEP hails China's leadership in renewable energy investment
In an exclusive interview with Xinhua,Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Achim Steiner said China is showing global environmental leadership in the adaptation of renewable energy strategies and investments, which is expected to lead to lower costs of accessing these new technologies in other developing countries.
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Webinar: The Global Status of Renewable Energy
In 2015 the solar PV market saw a 25% increase over 2014 levels to reach a record 50 GW lifting the global PV total to 227 GW. Solar hot water capacity increased as well with an end of year total of 435 GWth. The webinar will begin with an overview of REN21’s newly released Renewables 2016 Global Status Report and will then look at the expanding role of solar in the power and heating and cooling sector. Christine Lins, Executive Secretary of REN21 highlights the latest data on solar energy technologies, investment and policies. ISES President Dr. David Renné moderates this webinar and brings in participants questions throughout.
Kent Moors Discusses Investing in Clean Energy
Anchor Phillip Yin and energy consultant Kent Moors discuss the positive and negative factors of investing in clean energy.
Global Renewable Energy Market - Size, Share, Trends 2013 - 2020
Global Renewable Energy Market - Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast 2013 - 2020 Complete Report is Available At: http://www.researchbeam.com/renewable-energy-market Report Overview: Renewable energy is a non-depleting source of natural energy such as hydro energy, geothermal energy, wind energy, solar energy and waste biomass energy. Renewable energy market is driven by increase in demand for non-renewable depleting source of energy such as petroleum, coal, and natural gas. The market is also driven by increase in awareness about environmental safety and security. Global renewable energy market is influenced by cost of investment for the infrastructural setup. However, increase in technological advancement for utilizing these sources decrease the cost to some extent. U.S. government is investing in research and development of solar energy projects to avoid energy crisis. Global renewable energy market is influenced by increase in demand from growing population that provokes them to search for alternative source of energy. However, governments in many developed countries are encouraging the application of non-depleting resources. The Renewable Energy Directive set European framework for promoting renewable energy consumption. This framework has targeted 20% share of renewable energy in the European energy market by 2020. This report provides in-depth intelligence about key regulation and guideline assigned for renewable energy consumption. This report provides market intelligence of key strategies adopted by key companies. Key players engaged in this market include Danfoss Heat Pumps, DeLonghi-Climaveneta, Earth Energy Limited, Geothermal International Ltd (GI), Global Energy Systems and Technology, ICS Heat Pump Technology, Ideal Boilers, Keston Boilers, Mitsubishi Electric, TEV Limited KEY BENEFITS Market estimations in this report are based on primary and secondary data collected that provide market intelligence for taking developmental decisions Analysis of key market drivers, restraints and opportunities in renewable source of energy market with recent examples of current trends Key developmental strategies adopted by top market players engaged in this business to provide better understanding of potential opportunities and challenges in this market The report provides for in-depth understanding of the market scenarios in various geographic regions so that key players can make plans to explore opportunities in specific regions Value chain analysis in this report provides intelligence of supply chain involved in renewable energy market so that companies can take developmental decisions Enquire Before Buying: http://www.researchbeam.com/renewable-energy-market/enquire-about-report TENTATIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Objectives 1.2. Key Benefits 1.3. Key Deliverables 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3. MARKET OVERVIEW 3.1. Market Definition and Scope 3.2. Key Findings 3.2.1. Top Factors Impacting Long term evolution market
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Webinar:   Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2018
Speakers: Peter Janoska, Dave Turk, Heymi Bahar, Cecilia Tam, Araceli Fernandez Pales, and Simon Bennett. The IEA’s newly-enhanced Tracking Clean Energy Progress (TCEP) provides a comprehensive and rigorous assessment of a full range of energy technologies and sectors that are critical in a global clean-energy transition. It includes the most up-to-date information for where technologies are today and where they need to be according to the IEA’s Sustainable Development Scenario, a pathway to reach the Paris Agreement well below 2°C climate goal, deliver universal energy access and significantly lower air pollution. This year’s edition includes a new in-depth focus on innovation, including the IEA's most timely and comprehensive data ever on public and private-sector innovation investment in clean energy technologies. The new Innovation Tracking Framework identifies more than 100 key technology gaps that need to be addressed to meet clean transition goals. For the first time, TCEP includes cutting-edge analysis of high-level indicators that provide an overall assessment of clean energy trends across sectors. These indicators highlight the most important actions needed for the complex energy sector transformations and will help policymakers implement short-term actions that are better aligned with long-term goals. Access Tracking Clean Energy Progress at www.iea.org/tcep.
Renewable energy - is now a good time to invest?
An Imperial Business Insights Lecture with Gabriele Duesberg, Vice-President, European Power & Utilities, J.P. Morgan For more information please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/businessschool/events_summary/event_24-4-2013-12-34-53
Powering Progress: Renewable Energy in the Somali Region
As the Somali Region emerges from conflict and instability, the renewable energy sector will play a crucial role in its continued growth. Access to affordable energy drives development. It is essential for cold storage in the fishing and dairy industries; to power operating theaters and respirators in hospitals; and to keep irrigation systems flowing on farms. Telecoms need reliable power to keep Somalis connected globally, and electricity allows businesses to stay open later and streets to be lit for enhanced security at night. But fewer than a quarter of Somalis have access to electricity. Instead, most rely on biomass, like charcoal or wood, for their energy needs. The Somali energy sector is currently made up of independent power producers, relying mainly on imported petroleum based fuel for energy production, distributed across inefficient grid systems. The minority of Somalis who can afford electricity pay up to 6 times more per kilowatt hour than other countries. Despite its lack of basic infrastructure for traditional energy production and distribution, the Somali region has the highest potential for onshore wind power in Africa. Additionally, it receives some of the best solar irradiation in the world. While the current percentage of electricity derived from renewables by Somali power producers is low, several companies have committed to expanding over the next 5 years, which would increase their renewable power capacity up to 39%. Significant interest in growing the renewable energy market was apparent at a recent conference in Hargeisa that attracted over 300 participants representing the entire Somali region and 16 different countries. For the first time, entrepreneurs, power companies, and donors came together to promote the dialogue and development of renewable energy in the region. However, for the sector to scale up, investment is needed to improve grid efficiency and develop credit mechanisms and pay-as-you-go plans to bring affordable energy access to potential customers. Just as important as infrastructure are the skilled technicians who maintain these systems. Investing in human capital by improving linkages between Somali and international technical programs, establishing third-party accreditation mechanisms, and increasing the number of high quality training programs will be necessary to sustain the industry over the long term. In the 21st century access to energy has become a basic human need and foundational to the Somali Region’s economic development, health, and security. Credits: Videography and Editing Directed by Jean-Pierre Larroque Story by Jean-Pierre Larroque and Tim Schommer Adapted from the research report: Powering Progress - Realizing the Potential of Renewable Energy in Somaliland, Puntland, and South Central Somalia by David Poplack and Kelsey Coolidge Produced by Shuraako: Lee Sorensen Abdikarim Gole Sahra Hassan Saskia Westhof Narrated by Saskia Westhof Art Direction by Tim Schommer Interviews and Locations Secured by Sahra Hassan Production Assistance from Naasir Mohamed Abdillahi Music: Traditional African Music Compilation: African Tribal Music & African Melodies by Kevin Macleod/Cat Trumpet Music – incompetech.com Africa at Night image courtesy of NASA Interviewees: Abdiwahid Mohamed Hersi – CEO, Global Sea-Food International Edna Aden – Founder, Edna Aden Hospital Aidarus Abubakar – Managing Director, Solargen Technologies H.E. Hussein Abdi Duwalli – Somaliland Minister of Energy and Minerals Hassan Ahmed Hussein – Executive Board Member, SomPower Johnny Weiss – Johnny Weiss Consulting Special thanks to Dahabshil Bank City Plaza Hotel - Burao Golis Energy Beder Electricity Company Edna Aden Hospital Berbera Hospital Sheikh Hospital Burao Hospital Gollis University PRS Security Ambassador Hotel – Hargeisa Mansoor Hotel Hodan Mix Farm Goljano Mix Farm Osman Farm Al-Fatxi Fishing FairFishing Filmed on location in Somaliland and Puntland, Somalia For more information on renewable energy in the Somali Region visit www.shuraako.org/forums/sref 2016
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Innovations in Financing NYC 2014: Clean Energy Investments
Innovations in Financing: The Nexus Between Energy, Distribution And Finance Clean Energy Investments: Closing the Deal This session is part of a full-day conference entitled “Innovations in Financing: The Nexus Between Energy, Distribution and Finance" organized by Arc Finance in conjunction with USAID. The event featured stakeholders from across the sector discussing the latest innovations in financing mechanisms that support off-grid clean energy access in the developing world. Panelists: Willem Nolens – SolarNow (Uganda); Jacob Winiecki – Simpa Networks and Invested Development (India, USA); Moya Connelly – Deutsche Bank Global Social Finance (Germany, USA); Pam Baldinger – USAID (USA). Moderator: Nicola Armacost, Arc Finance (USA) Panel Description: This first session of the day brought together energy enterprises, investors and donors to discuss the off-grid energy access financing landscape. The discussion focused on the range of financing mechanisms available to fuel growth at each stage of a company's development. The panelists discussed the important role played by grants, concessional loans, equity, working capital debt and loan guarantees in catalyzing and expanding energy access.
Views: 126 Arc Finance Ltd
Good Renewable energy investments
This video describes some potentially good Renewable energy investments.
Views: 473 Peter Brennan
China's Global Dominance in Green Energy. EXPO 2017
China rolls out the world’s biggest investment in clean energy. Every hour, China erects another wind turbine and installs enough solar panels to cover a soccer field. Renewable energy already employs 3.5 million people in China. Discover 13 Surprising facts about China's energy industry at EXPO 2017 Astana. Оfficial website https://expo2017astana.com/en/ Subscribe and visit our channel for more videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOoC...
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Kenya's Success in Renewable Energy
“Unlocking Investment in Developing Countries" discussion moderated by Michael Liebreich of Bloomberg New Energy Finance with Rick Needham of Energy and Sustainability, Google, Inc and Katherine Steel of Power Africa at the Secretary's Climate and Clean Energy Investment Forum at Department of State on October 20, 2015.
Liebreich Says Clean Energy Investment Fell 6% in 2009
March 17 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Liebreich, chief executive officer of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, talks about last year's decline in clean energy investments and the outlook for the industry. Liebreich speaks with Bloomberg's Elliott Gotkine in London. Rishaad Salamat also speaks.
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Clean Energy Demand: Solar Panels Power IKEA | Pew
Solar panels bring clean energy to nearly all of IKEA USA's stores — providing just one example of growing corporate demand for renewable energy infrastructure. Globally, 50 percent of Ikea's energy use comes from renewable sources. That's a money-saving investment in the form of reduced energy costs, according to IKEA USA President Mike Ward. Through a mix of solar, wind and geothermal installations, IKEA hopes to produce more energy than it consumes by 2020. Learn more about clean energy benefits for the economy, national security and the environment at http://www.pewtrusts.org/cleanenergy
Views: 4456 Pew
Renewable Energy System Transformation: Renewables in Heating, Cooling, and Transport
This webinar begins with a review of the key findings from REN21’s Renewables 2018 Global Status Report. It then dives into the status of renewables in the heating, cooling and transport sectors and what is needed to speed the uptake of renewables to meet climate objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Renewable Energy Global Status Update and Trends - Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum
A panel of experts share their experiences and host a discussion about the latest trends in renewable energy and energy efficiency. Panelists include: • Moderator: Merran Smith, Executive Director, Clean Energy Canada • Marietta Sander, Executive Director, International Geothermal Association • David Renné, President, International Solar Energy Society • Rob Thornton, President and CEO, International District Energy Association • Mark Jacobson, Director, Atmosphere and Energy Program, Stanford University • Harry Lehmann, Head of Division, Environmental Planning and Sustainability Strategies, German Federal Environment Agency Presentations available online at: http://forum.renewablecities.ca/slides/ Recorded live at the Global Learning Forum in Vancouver on May 14, 2015. Forum: http://forum.renewablecities.ca Program: http://www.renewablecities.ca
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Why Solar PV Power Plants Will Fundamentally Change the Way We Power the Planet
A Joint Production of the USC Urban Growth Seminar Series and the Schwarzenegger Institute for State & Global Policy. Over eighty percent of the energy used worldwide today is from fossil fuels. That’s a changing paradigm though as renewable energy continues to gain momentum, and proven technologies such as solar power are rapidly growing more cost effective and efficient. Join Dr. Buttgenbach for this presentation as he explains why photovoltaic (PV) power plants are becoming mainstream, and what economic and technological factors are driving this growth. Topics discussed will include national and global renewable trends, irradiance patterns, solar pricing vis-­‐à-­‐vis natural gas, energy storage, distributed versus utility generation, and more. This session will appeal to renewable energy experts and novices alike. Speaker: Tom Buttgenbach, Ph.D. President and Co-Founder, 8minutenergy Renewables Discussants: Detlof von Winterfeldt Director, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events Professor, USC Bonnie Reiss Global Director, Schwarzenegger Institute for State & Global Policy Tom Buttgenbach, Ph.D., is president and co­‐founder of 8minutenergy. He brings over 20 years of executive management experience in large-scale solar PV, land entitlement, project development, M&A, and capital structuring and origination. Tom has led transactions totaling over $5 billion involving over 15,000 acres of land development, and closed over 1,400MW in power purchase agreements. Prior to co-­founding 8minutenergy, he was a successful entrepreneur and fund manager working on Wall Street with Alliance Bernstein, a $500 billion fund, leading the investment banking group of RCLCO, where he has transacted and developed large scale real estate development projects in the US and Mexico, and as a project manager for McKinsey & Company in Europe and the US. He earned his Ph.D. in physics and astronomy from the California Institute of Technology.
Views: 29045 USC Price
Tony Seba: Clean Disruption - Energy & Transportation
Stanford University futurist Tony Seba spent the last decades studying technological disruptions. He argues that the Electric Vehicle, battery storage, and solar power, along with autonomous vehicles, are a perfect example of a 10x exponential process which will wipe fossil fuels off the market in about a decade. TonySeba.com – RethinkX.com He is the author of several books, including most recently “Clean Disruption of Energy and Transportation: How Silicon Valley Will Make Oil, Nuclear, Natural Gas, Coal, Electric Utilities and Conventional Cars Obsolete by 2030”, and “Solar Trillions: 7 Market and Investment Opportunities in the Emerging Clean-Energy Economy” Tony Seba spoke in Boulder, Colorado, where he was awarded the 2017 Sunshine Award by Clean Energy Action (cleanenergyaction.org). Filmed and edited pro bono by Martin Voelker with the Colorado Renewable Energy Society (cres-energy.org)

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