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Tuesday, December 20, 2005 Presents an Online Roundtable Discussion with Industry Experts on the Direction and Opportunities for the Renewable Energy S

Online Roundtable Discussion with Industry Experts on the Direction and Opportunities for the Renewable Energy Sector

Recent IPOs indicate an increased investor interest as the market provides viable solutions including solar technology, lighting and energy efficiency.

POINT ROBERTS, Wash., December 20th, 2005 – (RES) an investor and industry news portal for the renewable energy sector, presents an online roundtable discussion with Jamie Wimberly Managing Partner and CEO of the Distributed Energy Financial Group, LLC and the Distributed Energy Stock Index; Dr. Robert Wilder, CEO & Founder of Wildershares, LLC and Manager of the WilderHill Clean Energy Index and also David Schoenwald Founder, President and Director of the New Alternatives Fund (NALFX).

The success of IPOs in recent weeks within the renewable energy arena, such as Suntech Power Holdings Ltd and SunPower Corp, suggest an increased investor interest making the timing of this roundtable discussion appropriate. Overall, there are several factors helping to fuel the growth of the renewable energy market. As Jamie Wimberly explains, “The key drivers are in this order, customer needs, including reliability and the ability to manage energy costs, economics the offerings are becoming stronger and more affordable as they go down their cost curves and economies of scale and scope kick in and finally global demand with developing countries such as India and China having many opportunities and resources to pay for alternative solutions.” According to David Schoenwald, “The primary factor is the expectation of profitability and competitiveness of the various technologies, with legislation also being a big factor.”

The renewable energy arena is also benefiting from the integration of other technologies. As Dr. Robert Wilder describes, “Solar and wind are taking off with approximately 30-40% growth per year and they are integrating with other technologies. For example light emitting diodes LEDs are a crossover from semiconductors which I think is a disruptive technology that will overtake the prominence of incandescent bulbs which are little heaters. To switch to LEDs you’ll need much less air conditioning in buildings so you are compounding energy savings.”

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Green energy is definitely the best solution in most cases. Technology like solar energy, wind power, fuel cells, zaps electric vehicles, EV hybrids, etc have come so far recently. Green energy even costs way less than oil and gas in many cases.