As Solar Power Subsidies Wane, Moodys Looks At Credit Quality In Clean EnergyMark Melin
“Green power” and Clean energy is coming of age to various degrees at a time when government subsidies supporting the clean fuel industry and solar power in particular, may be shrinking. An April 10 Moody’s report looks at various methods of generating power through clean methods through the lens of consistency and financial viability. What matters to astute power grid investors, it turns out, are the same general concerns that smart investors in general: quality of operator, diversification, liquidity and risk mitigation. With government subsidy cuts anticipated, the playing field could become
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