Clean Energy

As Trump nominates climate skeptics to his cabinet, two separate billionaire-backed groups speak out in favor of climate solutions.
Improvements in wind and solar technology are transforming the clean energy sector from a niche business into a mature industry.
Citi’s Pierre Lau likes the power sector for its good dividend yield and strong growth potential in renewables, especially in polluted regions like China.
Longtime Lazard investment banker Kempner is trying to transform the Loeb family office into a merchant bank.
The California venture could be a green technology incubator and a gateway for Chinese M&A, proponents say.
Although the cost of wind, solar and other renewable power is dropping, uncertainty about government policy could stall new projects.
Environmentalists have been calling for investors to divest from fossil fuel companies, but there may be a more effective way to get traditional energy companies to join the battle to combat climate change.
I agree with the World Economic Forum about the important role SWFs can play in developing clean energy companies. But we disagree about the reasons why...
Commodities traders exploit inefficiencies in U.S. carbon trading. But what if Washington adopts federal regulations, can it last?