Renewable energy discussions are on the rise because of the Biden administration’s climate change goals.
Filtering all of the messages from the mainstream media, the plethora of environmental websites, and finding trusted sources can be difficult. Luckily this financial policy group helps break things down and make renewable energy discussions easier to understand.
New York’s Financial Policy Council held an event on September 29, 2022, at the Penn Club in midtown Manhattan to discuss renewable energy.
The council’s goal is to ensure that America and the world retain an economic and regulatory system conducive to economic growth and wealth creation that is not derailed by poorly formulated and reactive economic, fiscal, and tax policy.
Why did California’s batteries go out? Are other countries facing the same challenges? What solutions will there be for renewable energy?
From 2000 to 2010 the wind manufacturing economy of scale was deployed ‘out of thin air’. From 2010 to 2016 the solar manufacturing industry was also created ‘out of thin air’ to compete with hydrocarbons and deployed at a much faster pace than any technology type.
Renewables have succeeded and they’ve done very well.
To date, the United States has deployed over 450 billion dollars of renewable energy in the last 20 years. But what aren’t they telling us about the renewable energy market that the public should be aware of?
The Financial Policy Council and CEO of Rational Energy, Tim Kaelin gathered expert panelists in various aspects of the renewable energy industry to discuss the problems and potential of the industry from a business and finance perspective.
To find out more information about the renewable energy market, obstacles, and Ponzi schemes watch the video below from the September event. You’ll learn more about:
- Why batteries are a big problem. Tim Kaelin, Rational Energy CEO says there should be piles of them in the desert supporting renewable energy.
- Why subsidies are a problem. Kaelin believes that they are not properly targeted and not used to encourage market forces. Most big players would like for them to go away.
Moderator: Ziad Abdelnour, Blackhawk Partners, Chairman of the Financial Policy Council.
Panelists: Tim Kaelin CEO of Rational.Energy, Linda Bullen of Bullen Law, Hari Eppanapally the Managing General Partner at Elysium Ventures LLC, Ben Rees Director of Renewable Energy Markets at Evolution Markets, Inc.
Don’t miss out on the next event!
The next event by the Financial Policy Council is in just a few weeks on Thursday, November 17th, is open to the public and requires a $50 registration fee. The Financial Policy Council power summit features a panel discussion about Creating, Growing, and Multiplying Investor Value with your own Digital Bank.
The speakers will be:
- Ziad K. Abdelnour – Moderator, Chairman & Founder of the Financial Policy Council
- Eraj Akhtar – Chief Futures Officer at CrowdPoint Technologies
- Vladimir Lounegov – FinTech inventor and CEO of Mbanq
- Rachel Moore – President of Carbon Blanc.
- Lars Rottweiler – CTO and co-founder of Mbanq
- Sergio Terentev – CEO and founder of B9
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