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Tattersalls Auction

As we continue to bolster our energy industry coverage – layering voices from a variety of influential stakeholders on top of our original reporting – Breaking Energy now features “Law Firm Perspectives,” which include legally-focused analysis briefs from firms with leading energy practices. The feed is powered by JDSupra. A major component of our editorial strategy… Keep reading →

Sunset Lines Up With Manhattan's Street Grid

We all know money talks, and that is certainly the case in capital-intensive energy businesses. Whether it’s developing a utility-scale wind or solar power project, bringing a natural gas field online or launching an energy efficiency services company, millions and even billions of dollars can be spent before profits are generated. And bringing investors onboard… Keep reading →

Sun Blankets New York City, Ahead Of Cold Front Returning Despite Start Of Spring

The innovative event series New York Energy Week is back in its second year to celebrate leading companies, government officials, entrepreneurs and the other stakeholders who help the state’s various energy sectors and businesses run smoothly. In order to highlight some of the important people at the cutting edge of New York energy initiatives, Breaking… Keep reading →

Solar Energy Remains Popular For Private Homeowners

Another indicator of solar going mainstream SolarCity is offering another $70.2 million in asset-backed notes. Late last year, SolarCity executed on a solar financing milestone and offered a private placement of $54.4 million of an “aggregate principal amount of Solar Asset Backed Notes, Series 2013-1.” That was one of the first times securitization was employed… Keep reading →

Vocational School Prepares Students For Job Market

Americans understand that some debates in Washington are often marked by major philosophical and political differences. And we’ve all watched disagreement amongst the major parties stall controversial issues like financial and healthcare reform and even shut down our government. However, a more startling byproduct is the way partisanship is taking its toll on issues that… Keep reading →

2013 Vertical Run In Beijing

The changing relationship between international oil companies and national oil companies is a fascinating topic that constantly shifts with global economic trends, supply/demand fundamentals, geopolitical balance of power and much more. The global oil market pivot eastward toward rapidly expanding Asian economies is nothing new, but the prospect of a powerful new Asian-based international oil… Keep reading →

President Obama Visits Largest Photovoltaic Plant In U.S. In Nevada

President Obama proclaimed in his 2014 State of the Union address that his “all the above” energy strategy is working. He then directed the focus to one specific renewable energy source, stating the following: “Now, it’s not just oil and natural gas production that’s booming; we’re becoming a global leader in solar too. Every four… Keep reading →

CVSR panel install_0

You may have noticed a new look and functionality to the Energy Department’s funding and financing resources page. This week, we launched our Funding & Financing portal — a new online resource to help financiers and developers of energy technology and projects find the applicable program for funding and financing energy projects and businesses. As a Senior… Keep reading →

FORTUNE Most Powerful Women Summit - Day 3

Anyone who follows the energy business has by now heard about the recent 60 Minutes segment “The Cleantech Crash,” that basically said cleantech is dead. Understandably, the blow back from cleantech industry stakeholders has been harsh, loud and swift. However, while cleantech is certainly not dead and some VC firms even remain bullish, the story… Keep reading →

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