Yesterday I saw Vestas' numbers come out and thought I should post on that. At noon when he should be at lunch, leaving the field to the amateurs we get: "The profit of Danish wind-turbine maker Vestas tripled in the second quarter, the Financial Times reports."
Okay. Thursday I'll play the other Vestas story, from Australia:
Green energy market unviable: Vestas
"A major world supplier of wind farm technology has been forced to turn its back on Australia because, it says, the green energy market is unviable."
Swing by the ER today. They've got a bigger, better, closer to home story:
"Cost Blows Away Wind Farm"
Datelined Garden City
On to my next idea, a UN story with pull quotes from Yvo de Boer:
UN official: Rich countries pay poor to cut CO2
A top UN official has triggered a row by claiming rich countries should be allowed to buy their way out of cutting carbon emissions.
Check the Wall Street Journal.com's Energy Roundup and we read:
"The treaty that replaces the Kyoto Protocol on climate change could be a potpourri of legal obligations, nonbinding commitments and aid arrangements for the developing world, but each nation should choose its own course, Yvo de Boer, the U.N.’s top climate official said."
But of course.
So from now on when you think of the Energy Roundup,
think Bigger, Better, Faster, More!
At least they didn't beat me to the Marie Claire story yesterday.