The boss of the Climate Bonds Initiative thinks concerns over the country’s green bond standards and verification procedures are exaggerated.
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Over half of the offering was backed by state-owned investment vehicles and domestic strategic investors.
The world’s largest wind market also accounted for a 35 percent market share of the sector globally with a cumulative capacity standing at 169GW.
The mechanism is expected to help reduce government subsidies and ease curtailment issues in the world’s largest renewables market.
The exit by Beijing Enterprises Water Group, a portfolio company of Khazanah Nasional and IFC, is a sign that further consolidation may be in the cards in China’s water sector.
The nuclear giant’s renewable energy unit has acquired 14 wind farms from Irish developer Gaelectric as it seeks to expand its European presence.
The US technology giant is looking to develop wind projects, following its investment in developing 200MW of solar projects in its third-largest retail market.
The $1trn French asset manager, which also expects to close its debut European deal alongside EDF in December, could launch the vehicle within six months.
The New York-listed company will merge with a rival in a transaction backed by its founder and Chinese investment firms.
Adding panels to wind farms is expected to unlock a new market for medium-scale solar projects, Australia’s renewables agency said.