It is by now conventional wisdom that the inauguration of Joseph Biden as the new President of the United States has brought with it an appetite for investment in renewable energy.
There are, of course, public equity plays in the renewables world, and last fall’s initial public offering of Array Technologies made that point very vividly.
Array designs and manufactures solar tracking systems, that is, the systems that rotate photovoltaic (PV) panels during the day to keep them aimed at the sun. After three days of trading, ever upward, Array had a market valuation . . .
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