10 Biofuel Facts

10 Biofuel Facts

Windmill Capital Management works with biomass developers on projects ranging in size from $5 million to more than $100 million. We support projects that utilize advanced technologies to reduce or eliminate waste, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and generate top-quality fuel and valuable by-products. Being so close to the cutting edge of the biofuel market, it’s… Continue Reading

U.S. Solar 2 Million Strong

U.S. Solar 2 Million Strong

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) announced last week that U.S. solar installations reached the two million mark. U.S. solar reached this significant milestone just three years after surpassing the one million installation threshold in 2015. Forecasts predict three million U.S. solar installations by 2021 and four million by 2023. Windmill Capital Management sees the… Continue Reading

Direct Investment in Renewable Energy for Family Offices

Direct Investment in Renewable Energy for Family Offices

Investors are allocating a greater share of capital to socially responsible and environmental, social and governance (ESG) conscious strategies. A January 2018 Harvard Business Review article noted that at the beginning of 2018, more than $11.6 trillion were invested in ESG investment strategies. That equates to $1 of every $4 invested in the United States.… Continue Reading

Earth Month Ends

Earth Month Ends

The Earth Day Network represents over a billion people around the world focused on bringing about a better future. Through a number of key campaigns, Earth Days educates and activates toward specific ends. Windmill Capital Management’s posts for Earth Month 2019 have attempted to draw attention to the importance of protecting species around the globe,… Continue Reading

Earth Month and Sea Turtles

Earth Month and Sea Turtles

Sea turtles are some of the oldest species on earth, having existed for more than 100 million years. They are found in tropical and sub-tropical seas around the world. Marine reptiles, they breathe air and lay their eggs on sandy beaches. In fact, sea turtle mothers return to the same beach on which they were… Continue Reading

Overcoming Hurdles for Continued Growth in ESG Investing

Overcoming Hurdles for Continued Growth in ESG Investing

Sustainable investing has gained significant momentum as a critical investor consideration. Growth of ESG has corresponded to an increase in investor ESG awareness, greater corporate reporting of non-financial ESG measures, and demonstrated outperformance from ESG strategies. According to a recent report from BNY Melon, the continued growth of ESG is dependent on investors, corporations and… Continue Reading

Earth Month Look at Sharks

Earth Month Look at Sharks

As Earth Month continues, we turn our attention for this post to sharks. Archeological evidence indicates that sharks have been around for more than 400 million years. There are more than 500 species of sharks, which vary in size from six inches to 39 feet long. Sharks are known as apex predators, which means they… Continue Reading

Renewables Growth Impeded by Outdated Electricity Market Rules

Renewables Growth Impeded by Outdated Electricity Market Rules

Declining costs and growing consumer demand are driving expansion in U.S. renewable energy, particularly wind and solar. This growth is being limited, however, by outdated wholesale and distribution market rules, according to a recent report from the Wind Solar Alliance. “Customer-Focused and Clean: Power Markets for the Future” makes a number of keen observations about… Continue Reading

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