According to a report from Bloomberg, solar energy could overtake coal as the cheapest power source during the next decade.
Bloomberg said countries such as Chile and the United Arab Emirates generated electricity for less than three cents a kilowatt-hour via solar means, which is half the average coast of coal power.
Bloomberg also noted that solar prices have fallen 62% since 2009.
Interim rent accounting in practice has been inconsistent and, in some cases erroneous, under current GAAP for both lessees and lessors. That will change in a big way as lessee CFOs and auditors increase their focus on lessee accounting, since... read more
Confidence in the equipment finance industry has been elevated to start 2017. In January, the Equipment Leasing and Finance Foundation’s Monthly Confidence Index reached an all-time high of 73.4. Although that number retreated to 72.2 in February, it is still... read more