ABC's political affairs program.
A timely "Hello World” spin-off created for the remote age, in which Ashlee Vance looks at the various tech startups coming out of the Covid-19 era, from video conferencing to contactless delivery.
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Workers take a break in the shade of a solar panel during construction of a solar generating facility in Milligan, Tennessee.
As much as $23 billion in capital needed for U.S. clean energy projects could dry up amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic -- threatening the growth of renewables into next year.
That represents as much as 31 gigawatts of solar and wind projects that may be seeking tax-equity investments over the next 18 months, according to a report by BloombergNEF.