NewEnergyNews: QUICK NEWS, May 27: Bringing Climate Crisis Resistance Home; A New Energy Bet To Watch


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    Monday, May 27, 2019

    QUICK NEWS, May 27: Bringing Climate Crisis Resistance Home; A New Energy Bet To Watch

    Bringing Climate Crisis Resistance Home 5 ways you can personally fight the climate crisis

    James Mack, 27 May 2019 (World Economic Forum)

    “…There are many ways to take action…We all have a unique reach and can create a ripple effect across our spheres of influence…[to] play a role in battling the greatest challenge of our time…[1] Research shows that the average individual makes about 35,000 decisions every day…When you consider the climate crisis in your decision-making, others notice. Discussion begins, and the effect of your decision is multiplied…[2] Someone within your network may have the influence or power to effect change…If you recognize an environmental challenge but are not in a position of power to enact the necessary change, you may be connected to a decision-maker who is. Speak up and inspire action…

    [3] The more you learn about existing policies (those that help and those that damage the environment), the more you will realize how regulations and legislation can play a critical role in supporting the adoption of clean technology…[4] When Greta Thunberg caught the attention of the cameras at Davos with her cry for adults to ‘wake up and act like the house is burning,’ people took to the streets…It is important to look for the ‘Gretas’ within your community, and to amplify their voices…[5] We must support the positive efforts of others – whether big or small…[no matter their] level of knowledge about climate science…To fight the climate crisis, we need as many people as possible working in unison…” click here for more

    A New Energy Bet To Watch Put This High-Yield Renewable Energy Stock on Your Watch List Now; Clearway Energy's results are being impacted by the ongoing PG&E bankruptcy, but it's likely to emerge unaffected. That could make it an excellent buy, if management can fix some other problems.

    Jason Hall, May 26, 2019 (Motley Fool)

    “…The dividend yield of New Energy developer Clearway Energy (NYSE:CWEN) (NYSE:CWEN-A) appears to] put its shares among the highest-yielding yieldco stocks, currently outyielding Pattern Energy Group (NASDAQ:PEGI), Brookfield Renewable Partners (NYSE:BEP), TerraForm Power (NASDAQ:TERP), and NextEra Energy Partners (NYSE:NEP)…[But the ongoing bankruptcy of one of its biggest customers, PG&E (NYSE:PCG), forced it] to cut its quarterly dividend to $0.20 per share in late 2018, and the forward yield is 5.4% at recent prices…It could be some time before there's resolution on this issue, even as PG&E continues to pay Clearway at agreed-upon rates, and could emerge from bankruptcy sooner than expected. That keeps Clearway off the buy list…

    But it's on my watchlist… [T]here are other things Clearway must correct to get its cash flow moving in the right direction…[It must improve its balance sheet and grow] its portfolio of projects, and the company is making progress in this regard…[Though there must also be some resolution to the PG&E bankruptcy, the long-term result is likely] to be minimal impact for Clearway…[But] until the company demonstrates it can generate more cash from the rest of its assets, the dividend remains at risk…[M]anagement should be able to resolve this in due time…[Until then, yieldco Brookfield Renewable has] shown it can make money and steadily grow its dividend.” click here for more


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