March 19 2015

Global business and policy leaders set to discuss the transformation of the energy system

Former US Vice President Al Gore to join more than 1,000 industry leaders at Future of Energy Summit 2015 New York, 19 March 2015 – Bloomberg New Energy Finance will welcome more than 1,000 global energy leaders at its upcoming Future of Energy Summit, 13-15 April at the Grand Hyatt in New York. Now in […]

March 17 2015

Finance for Resilience: New ideas chosen by jury to boost clean energy & climate finance

Second edition of Finance for Resilience initiative highlights eight new proposals with significant potential to drive global investment in clean energy London and New York, 17 March 2015 – An independent panel of energy and finance experts has pre-selected eight new ideas with significant potential to accelerate investment in clean energy and climate finance worldwide. […]

March 12 2015

North American utilities and defense show appetite for energy storage and solar

Western states dominate in 2014 clean energy ‘requests for proposals’, with Alliant and the US armed forces featuring prominently New York, 12 March 2015 – A new study out today shows utility companies in North America zeroed in on two sectors last year: advanced energy storage and solar. Analysts at research firm Bloomberg New Energy […]

February 4 2015

Factbook: U.S. trend toward sustainable energy continued in 2014

Prices Fall, Deployment and Investment Rise  WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States saw continued growth in renewable energy, natural gas and energy efficiency in 2014, according to the third annual Sustainable Energy in America Factbook. The Factbook shows that U.S. deployment of sustainable energy increased as prices continued to fall and that investment in U.S. […]

February 3 2015

Chinese PV shipments surge in Q4 2014 according to BNEF shipment survey

London, 3 February, 2015 – December 2014 was an exceptionally busy month for PV manufacturers in China and Taiwan, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Solar Shipments Index, suggesting a strong fourth quarter in installations for the region’s PV companies. In the monthly survey of leading PV manufacturers owning over 23GW of module and 24GW […]

January 23 2015

India clean energy investments bounce back, set to breach the $10bn mark in 2015

Capital inflow expected to surge this year, thanks to strong policy support and increased investor confidence New Delhi, London and New York, 23 January 2015 – Clean energy investments in India jumped to $7.9bn in 2014, helping the country maintain its position as the 7th largest clean energy investor in the world. The upswing was […]

January 22 2015

US wind new build makes substantial rebound in 2014 – seeing a six-fold increase in installations in one year

China still dominates global wind market installing over 40% of all new capacity worldwide ** Please note that figures in relation to Germany have been amended since the press release was issued, to reflect new information. ** New York, London, 22 January – America’s wind installations grew six-fold in 2014, making the United States the […]

January 9 2015

Rebound in clean energy investment in 2014 beats expectations

Surges in investment in offshore wind in Europe, and solar in China and the US, helped to drive the 2014 global clean energy total up 16% to $310bn London and New York, 9 January – World clean energy investment rebounded strongly in 2014, boosted by demand for large-scale and rooftop solar photovoltaics on the back […]

December 22 2014

Oil price plunge and clean energy – The real impact

The 45% fall in oil prices is being portrayed as a big blow to clean energy deployment. In fact, its impact will vary by sector and region, but will be modest in major electricity markets where renewables compete with gas and coal, and benefit from stable policy support London and New York, 22 December – […]

November 18 2014

There is a cost-comparable alternative to Turkey’s “dash for coal”

Analysis shows that prioritising renewables would deliver the power that this growing economy needs while also limiting emissions and exposure to commodity prices London and New York, 18 November – The government of Turkey could achieve its aims of expanding electricity supply to meet the needs of a growing economy, and reducing dependence on imported […]


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