‘Dotcom’ warning over green energy

Investors in green energy projects and technologies should beware of a dotcom-style bubble in the sector, according to an adviser on renewable energy deals.

17th April, 2010

Investors in green energy projects and technologies should beware of a dotcom-style bubble in the sector, according to an adviser on renewable energy deals.

Philip Daly, head of the energy and natural resources unit at LK Shields solicitors, said there was evidence that some people were paying over the odds for investments in the sector.

‘‘I would be concerned that some people are paying too much for green investments, using dotcom prices,” said Daly, who...

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