Elizabeth Littlefield, the CEO of the US government’s development finance institution, discusses OPIC’s impact investing tracking system and its interest in venture capital and renewable energy.
Everoze partner Felicity Jones goes behind the low prices netted by National Grid’s landmark energy storage auction and what it means for the sector.
When SunEdison declared bankruptcy in April, it raised big questions for the future of its TerraForm yieldcos and numerous warehouse facilities. So what’s next?
A lease deal between Farmland Partners and Iberdrola Renewables for a new Amazon wind farm opens a new revenue stream for agri investors.
Structural and regulatory changes could unblock up to $15bn of investor debt for Indian clean energy, writes the Climate Policy Initiative’s Gireesh Shrimali.
First Reserve, Goldman Sachs, Macquarie and John Hancock have invested over $1bn of equity in the new structures.
With President Obama’s Clean Power Plan incentivising states to adopt energy efficiency, Joule Assets’ Maria Fields bets on integrated financing solutions as the key to scale the market.
Short-term support mechanisms, poor forecasting and lack of transmission infrastructure are increasingly of concern as sector races towards 60GW.
High power prices, a sizeable energy deficit, strong irradiation, clear regulatory frameworks and subtle, non-financial support mechanisms are enticing private investors to help India build 100GW of solar by 2022.
In the final part of our case study, HgCapital’s Tom Murley discusses international arbitration, debt restructuring, how the cuts impacted its investment strategy, and lessons learned.