We tried to counter some of that with a concrete "re: the solars last Thursday, 'The next phase will be a pop when they announce a deal and then sadness when understanding of the deal begins to permeate.'".*
Here are some other approaches, from MoneyBeat:
What Energy Analysts Are Saying About the Paris Climate Agreement
Nearly 200 nations reached a landmark climate agreement over the weekend intended to limit global emissions. A number of countries have committed to reducing their fossil-fuel use in the coming decades and investing more in renewable and low-carbon energy. However, the deal allows nations to set their own emissions-reductions plans, and some experts say that the deal is meaningless without stronger enforcement.
So, what does this mean for energy markets? Prices of oil, natural gas and coal have slumped this year amid massive oversupply, and the markets are expected to remain glutted in 2016. Here’s what analysts had to say about the latest global agreement:
*See also yesterday's "Paris climate pact sinks coal stocks, lifts renewable energy" (FSLR; TSL; BTU; KOL)