Posts Tagged ‘Returns’

Looking Abroad for Alternative Energy Returns

With the recent shift in the U.S. administration's energy policies regarding spending, investments and subsidies in the alternative energy sector, it's tempting to look elsewhere for the best returns on invested capital. This doesn't restrict the U.S. market from industry gains being that the majority of U.S. citizens and companies are still committed to reducing […]

UPDATE 2-Offshore wind firm DONG Energy beats forecasts, eyes greater shareholder returns

Denmark's DONG Energy beat second-quarter profit forecasts on Thursday and said the start-up of more projects and a fall in construction costs would generate more cash, possibly making way for higher shareholder returns in coming years. DONG, the world's largest owner of offshore wind power, has a strategy of farming down, or selling off, large […]

Pattern’s Wind Energy Generates “Non-Taxable” Returns Of Capital To Shareholders

It is a small cap and rapidly growing distributable cash flow. But there are no IDRs and no K-1. View full post on Wind Power News

Wind turbines reach new heights in push for greater renewable energy returns

But even proponents of wind power say they may be reaching a limit as logistics and a lack of social acceptance over their size start to hinder growth. San Francisco-based Pattern Energy Group Inc recently announced it will be installing 61 GE turbines at its Meikle wind project in British Columbia capable of generating between […]

Labor returns to renewable energy target talks armed with Coalition’s own advice

Government insists on an effective cut to clean energy scheme, despite its climate advisory body concluding the opposite Labor is set to resume talks with the government over the future of the renewable energy target (RET), but insists the Coalition needs to alter its negotiating position to fall in line with its own climate advisory […]

Windfarms and solar energy: healthy returns for investors, but risks

Renewable energy schemes currently offer far greater returns to investors than cash Isas, but there are dangers Savers are being offered returns of up to 9% a year or four times the best available rates on cash Isas by lending their money to build wind and solar energy projects across the UK. Promoters claim the […]

For Many Happy Returns

Whether the setting is Raleigh or Washington, the tax reform debate will inevitably come down to one Big Question: Are you willing to trade current tax preferences for lower tax rates? Most economists think the answer is obvious. View full post on Wind Power News