NewWorld Capital Group

Clean Energy

  • Situation
    • Up to 100 GW of U.S. coal and nuclear energy to be retired by 2020
    • Clean energy costs are expected to decline significantly in the coming decade
    • Continuing low natural gas prices as an inhibiter
    • Continuing capital markets constraints
    • $15 billion annual government subsidies of fossil fuels
  • Market Opportunities
    • Investment in the U.S. clean energy sector surpassed $100 billion in 2012–2013
    •  U.S. clean energy market projected to grow annually 12% to 14% to 2016
    •  Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) mandate the percentage of electrical energy from renewable sources in 29 states, as of yearend 2014
    • Renewable energy is expected to account for 60% of new capacity and 65% of all power investment by 2030 globally
  • NewWorld Investment Focus
    • Balance-of-system solar innovations
    • Distributed solar financing
    • Roof-mounted solar innovations
    • Biomass co-firing
    • Companies addressing optimization and resource mapping (e.g., solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower)
    • NewWorld focuses on “backwards compatible” businesses that do not require material change in the downstream product distribution and service system