The long-running EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index shows the U.S. with a narrow lead over China, where massive solar deployment is making a difference.
Ernst & Young has China still on top in the quarterly Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index, while California leads in a new state-by-state ranking.
Ernst & Young consulted with bigwigs of the global EV industry, then delivered some rather bracing advice: Now is the time to get serious.
After making huge gains in 2010, U.S. cleantech venture investment fell 4.5 percent in a tough 2011 economy, Ernst & Young reports.
Our first in-house column calls into question the sometimes interesting way in which certain large financial media outlets cover the renewables sector.
A red-hot energy storage sector drove cleantech venture capital up 73 percent in the third quarter 2011 compared to 2010, Ernst & Young reports.
The European debt crisis and the U.S. debt limit negotiations put a drag on renewable-energy financing, Ernst & Young says in a quarterly report.
Compared to 2010, second-quarter 2011 cleantech VC investment was way down, but $1.1 billion wasn’t bad from a broader perspective, said Ernst & Young.
Investments in cleantech in the first quarter of this year have jumped by 54% over the first quarter of 2010 according to new market analysis by Ernst & Young.