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4
Apr

The Future of Renewable Power in Mexico

Mexico’s solar and wind sectors have experienced triple-digit growth rates over the last 10 years, outpacing the growth of renewable power generation in most developed countries. Will that explosive growth continue?   The abundance of diverse renewable energy resources, growing demand for power, macroeconomic stability, and historically high electricity prices continue to position Mexico as one of the most attractive

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31
Mar

Mexico: North America’s New Frontier for Solar Power

As the capabilities and companies in the solar market have now grown far beyond the low-hanging opportunities, we find ourselves pouncing on sound but short-lived requests for proposals. Hundreds of companies bid in to these processes, and the market is split between bidding to win and bidding a financially sound price. Companies often cannot do both. Wouldn’t it be nice

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23
Mar

Project Update: Solar 350 Ltd: Baja California

Bill Goldie (Solar 350’s Head of Project Development) and Axel Schmid (Head of Project Origination) have now returned from California Baja to London and Santiago respectively. Their brief was to return with contracted “Greenfield Development Projects” in The Californian Baja of Mexico. Certain factors make this area very attractive for Solar. These are as follows: High Levels of Solar Irradiation

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25
Feb

Bill Gates Just Wrote a Rallying Cry for Clean Energy. Will it be Enough?

Bill and Melinda Gates released their annual letter this week. In it, the two discussed the two super powers they wished they had: More energy More time The following excerpt from Bill’s letter explains their justification: More energy! When we sat down to write this year’s letter, those answers stuck with us. Sure, everyone wants more time and energy. But

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25
Feb

Thompson Reuters Carbon Market Survey 2015

The Thompson Reuters Carbon Market Survey 2015 has now been released. Read the results here on the 350PPM site: Read the Thompson Reuters Carbon Market Survey 2015

24
Feb

The New Acronym in The Fight Against Climate Change

The design of the new treaty is built around something called the “INDC”. This stands for Intended Nationally Determined Contribution and is the level of emission reductions that specific country will commit to over the 1st period of the new treaty from 2020 to 2030. An INDC is normally expressed as an emission reduction schedule from the start of the

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19
Feb

India Aims To Achieve Colossal Renewable Energy Targets 2 Years In Advance

The Indian government will push to achieve renewable energy installation targets two years in advance, as it looks to enact more aggressive policies to promote development of renewable energy infrastructure. India has set a target to have 100 GW solar power, 60 GW wind energy, 10 GW small hydro power, and 5 GW biomass-based power projects operational by March 2022.,

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19
Feb

Mexico to award longer PPAs under energy auctions, specific scheme for renewables

The rules for the electricity market published on Tuesday establish longer PPAs for projects awarded in auctions. The first energy tender is expected this year. The electricity market starts to operate at the beginning of next year. The final rules of the Mexican electricity market published on Tuesday in the Mexican official government journal establish longer PPAs for projects and

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11
Feb

Results of The Winter Survey

 Please find detailed below feedback from Carbon 350 and Solar 350 Investors from our Winter Survey.  Click here to view the Winter survey results  Please note, neither company is connected to 350 PPM Ltd directly. The information is provided for informational purposes only.

2
Feb

350 PPM Ltd hires Tim Hyett as Managing Director

350 has hired Tim Hyett as Managing Director in order to increase the scale and scope of fundraising within the group to capitalise on the additional opportunities presented by successful negotiations of the new Paris Agreement at COP 21 in December. Nick Dimmock, Managing Director of Solar 350 comments; this announcement is slightly belated as Tim joined us in late

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