Green Energy: When Public Funds Dry UpMark Scott
The law of unintended consequences is alive and well in the green energy industry. To spur cleantech spending, create green jobs, and reduce uncertainty for private investors, governments worldwide have poured billions into the sector. Yet as policymakers start planning cutbacks in those subsidies, renewables developers are in a mad rush to lock in state support and profits before the tap is turned off.
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