Reuters Asks: What deals are happening in renewables?
Thursday, January 17, 2013 - 01:59
Jan. 17 - Reuters asks some of the leading professionals in the renewable energy sector what deals are happening at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi.
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EE why isn't that the world future energy summit in Abu Dhabi when this bill and business she decides to talk about renewable spots. Did you actually get excited torque isn't just a host of talk today. I don't think that question to delegates at the science. We're finding it to be a great venue. Four from meeting interested parties. Who have stake in in the energy future of the region. In the mood is very very fragmented. Money sexy side to flow back into things. But did you have to be shown to make many. Well it is the shattering at the news -- is also showing new products -- You new inventions. Results are showing -- things in renewable some I think that's very important and they hope many deals are being up. Developers. Policy makers. Technology providers. All come and congregate because of those looking. To -- to the other to help them. Find the solution plan helps a lot obstacle to -- with it's always about money. Personally I think the biggest obstacle to renewables is heavy subsidy of conventional. Generations. And I think once. Once a subsidy regimes are current level rise to cross technologies. For example fossil fuels technologies. Or coal technologies behavior -- -- I think we'll see much greater adoption for -- but don't mean help schools are somewhat and -- Phelps -- I don't think that. Also good -- -- grid issues as a lot of the groups on capable of taking. And you lose that you were managing which means that there's a barrier that needs to be overcome from utilities stand. What I believe it's an act of courage in order to be able to implement his balls policies. A lot of this you to believe that. And be able to implement those policies and be put it just enough to live within those opposites.
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