Matching Investors with
Modern Energy Technology
The pressing need for new
sources of energy has never been more apparent. The world’s collective
consciousness has accepted the necessity of a new energy future. Energy industry
words such as alternative, clean, green, and renewable are becoming part of our
daily vocabulary, but what exactly do those terms mean?
Author Michele Ashby answers
this question, and explains what she calls “modern energy,” a combination of
old and new energy resources, including: wind, solar, nuclear, wave, biofuels,
biomass, smart-grid technologies, magnetics, hydropower, energy efficiencies,
oil and gas, and coal.
Whatever the sources of
modern energy, billions of dollars will be needed to develop them and make them
operational. Ashby directs much of her discussion to the world’s
investors—those who will partner with entrepreneurs to bring these energies to
life. Ashby also explores:
Potential modern energy
The clean tech revolution
Strategies for partnering
investors and energy companies
The feed-in tariff
According to Ashby, the time
is now to bring intellectual and financial resources together to create a future
reliant on modern energy—a future that harnesses the natural resources of
solar, wind, water, and multiple other energy choices to meet the world’s
Resource for Understanding Modern Energy and Its Financial Opportunities!
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