Natural Gas…A Bridge to the Future

For some time, it has been our thesis that natural gas is an important “bridge” fuel.  It is relatively clean, cheap and abundant enough to satisfy the World’s incremental energy needs until such time that the infrastructure and technology progress adequately to allow renewable energy sources to satisfy a meaningful portion of energy demand. Coal, while abundant, is simply too... Read more ›

How has the current political climate impacted interest and actual investment in climate change strategies?

Climate change policy is indeed frozen, given the political gridlock of Washington.  While it is easy to dismiss the direction for clean tech as lackluster given the political climate, the case for clean technology investing is stronger than ever.  Globally, clean tech investment is at an all-time high, and mergers and acquisitions are also at record highs, as larger multi-nationals... Read more ›