US President-elect Donald Trump has already pledged to rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure.
The tech giant has formed a subsidiary to sell excess power from its renewable facilities. Incumbents beware.
Industry veteran Philippe Flamand takes us on a whirlwind tour of the renewable energy investment landscape.
The COP21 talks in Paris last month led to very vocal opposition in the US, primarily from the Republican camp. What does that mean for clean energy in the country?
Politicians talked about mobilising the private sector in Paris, while the private sector was busy mobilising itself.
Here are the three main ways in which the transition to a low-carbon economy will affect infrastructure investors.
Meridiam’s new energy transition fund goes beyond renewables, signalling a new maturity for the low-carbon energy market.
Both Aligned Intermediary and Climate Investor One are bolstering the case for thinking outside the box about clean energy financing.
Limited partners have long memories and governments are mistaken if they think cuts to certain sectors won’t have wider repercussions.
Terra Firma can extract more value from selling the company’s two business lines separately in the face of a hostile UK regulatory environment.