Tuesday, November 20, 2007

New Energy Finance's CEO uses game theory to analyze future of international treaties

From E & E TV:
As we continue to debate and discuss the future of international climate policy, how might a post-2012 policy affect clean energy and clean technology investment? During today's OnPoint, Michael Liebreich, CEO and founder of New Energy Finance, a London-based company that specializes in research of clean energy and carbon markets, discusses how game theory can be applied to climate negotiations. Liebreich comments on the importance of incentivizing clean energy investment throughout the world. He also explains what a recent 30 percent drop in ethanol prices will mean for investors and the biofuels industry.

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HT: Environmental Valuation & Cost Benefit Analysis