Published May 1, 2013
As the focus globally shifts to what more than oil and gas resolve especially in heavily developed and rich nations. The next tactical move is to collaborative efforts in renewable and infrastructural projects for meeting demand, seizing investment and sharing the risk. The importance of Reuters on the “UK green bank, UAE’s Masdar plan clean energy investments” is looking at cooperative investments that may produce a wind fall overtime. “Britain’s Green Investment Bank formed with 3 billion pounds ($4.65 billion) by UK government funding plans to invest in British clean energy projects over the next seven years along with United Arab Emirates’ state-owned renewable energy firm Masdar.” The Green Bank in January 2012 was seeking a location in the UK to help invest billions in green schemes was the focus. The Green Bank’s focus was to initially focus on offshore wind, industrial waste and recycling if approved by the European Commission. The bank has been a little silent since that grand announcement yet, somewhat understandably since the European Union economic shake-up. The announcement to advance full green ahead to be the greenest government was touted by the UK to a dramatic pull back in November 2011. The response is while the Prime Minister, David Cameron (PM) is advocating for deep investment in UK’s energy future the plan for development is obscure to say the least. The road to energy renewability is not give and take back process but a structured pursuit for aggregational measured change for planned impact.