We start with David Berliner from CoPower.me talking about a new way to get involved in the renewable energy market space in January. CoPower groups and simplifies investments in renewable energy, and efficiency upgrades all over the world into simple and easy to understand investment portfolio options so you could be providing startup capital to a geothermal plant half way around the world!
Learn more about David and CoPower here.
We also talk more about COP21, and the ‘secret deal’ as it’s been initially reported between Alberta’s premier, several large environment groups, Pembina and the heads of a select group of oil executives.
Some key reading as of the date of this post:
We’d like to be clear that this news and our comments on it are very fresh and this story is still developing. Stay tuned for updates and revisions/corrections to this story.
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