Investors fear renewables 'bubble'

May 2008
Utility Week;5/23/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p33
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the perception of energy leaders regarding the development of a renewable energy investment bubble. The survey of KPMG International cited Suzlon Energy's purchase of REPower in 2007, when the price was estimated at four times its annual revenue, and Suez' acquisition of a majority stake of Compagnie du Vent. More than half of the polled 202 executives claimed that they aborted deals to sellers' unreasonable price expectations.


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