August 5 2015

Ethan Zindler on Obama’s new Clean Power Plan   Taking Stock with Michael McKee and Kathleen Hays. GUEST: Ethan Zindler, Head of Americas for BNEF, to discuss President Obama’s new energy and climate change policies.

July 1 2015

KPCC’s Take Two: EPA loses Supreme Court fight   The Supreme Court has now sided with the challengers, ruling that the cost of adapting to these regulations should be taken into account. Ethan Zindler, an analyst from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, told Take Two that most of the country’s power plants had already complied with the regulations but the few that haven’t […]

July 1 2015

Marketplace with Scott Tong: SCOTUS rules against EPA regulations   In a 5-4 decision on Monday, the Supreme Court decided against the Environmental Protection Agency’s air pollution regulations. The regulations would have limited emissions from coal-fired plants, but the court’s decision centered on the issue of environmental benefits versus industry cost. Scott Tong interviews BNEF’s Head of Americas, Ethan Zindler.

June 29 2015

Bloomberg Surveillance with Michael McKee & Tom Keene: New Energy Outlook 2015   Bloomberg Radio’s Michael McKee and Tom Keene sits down with BNEF’s Seb Henbest to talk through our just-published New Energy Outlook 2015. At hand? Power generation over the next 25 years, the rise of small-scale solar and how $12.2 trillion will change everything.

May 22 2015

Sputnik News: Solar power in Africa is a game changer   The introduction of cheap solar power systems in remote and not so remote parts of Africa is changing the energy production model of Africa. This is having knock on effects on the infrastructural and political structures of many Third World countries. Nico Tyabji, an associate at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, where he coordinates research […]

April 17 2015

Marketplace with Ethan Zindler: Big coal versus EPA   by Dan Weissmann Thursday, April 16, 2015 – 05:00 Story Coal-mining companies Peabody Energy and Murray Energy have sued to block the Environmental Protection Agency from finalizing its Clean Power Plan, the Obama administration’s broadest plan to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions from power plants. Today lawyers present oral arguments in the federal Court of […]

March 17 2015

Marketplace with Scott Tong: Japan’s solar industry   Wednesday, March 11, 2015: Four years after Japan turned off its nuclear generators because of the Fukushima disaster, the country is struggling to build a new electricity network. The country has invested heavily in solar, but its experience reveals the challenges involved in integrating this intermittent source of power into a grid maintained […]

November 24 2014

The John Batchelor Show: The EPA’s delayed biofuels regulation   The John Batchelor Show: Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Claire Curry explains why the EPA ruled to delay the announcement of the biofuels regulation. What’s behind the delay? What is the confusion?  Where are the crocodile tears really coming from?

November 21 2014

Sputnik News: US-China climate change deal – Major breakthrough?   Ethan Zindler, head of Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Americas department, joins John Harrison in Sputnik News to discuss the US-China climate change deal and to find out if it is really a major breakthrough or not. Original source and text of interview:

November 12 2014

The John Batchelor Show: Politics of the new China – US deal   Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Michel Di Capua on the China-US pact to cut carbon emissions. At issue: will China be able to add the huge amount of clean capacity it promises? In order to meet its target, between now and 2030 China will need to add 800-1000GW of clean energy – that’s enough […]


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