30 Jan '16, 7am

#cleantech

Seems like the fastest way to grow solar. Yieldcos for concious people may be able to raise capital and just feed the profits back into more solar investments while sacraficing dividends. People like Mark Zuckerberg, Manoj Bhargava, and Bill Gates and serious governments like China’s who have a lot of money and want to do something useful for the world could start investment strategies like a not for profit business. Instead of paying dividends it just cascades the power purchase agreement income into funding more solar. By the end of it, after replacing all the fossil fuel generators in the world, electricity could be nearly free with this investment group feeding into other philanthropic projects. Great Pacific Garbage Patch?

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2016/01/30/chinas-1st-solar-secu...

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