Green Bond Round Up - 23 January 2017
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has issued a SEK3 billion ($337 million) green bond, its first of 2017.
Allianz makes third US wind farm investment
Allianz Capital Partners, the alternative asset manager of German insurer Allianz, has made its third tax equity investment in a US wind farm, with an undisclosed sum invested in the 184MW Kelly Creek project in Illinois.
EDF prices benchmark euro denominated green bond
EDF has priced its third and largest green bond, raising €1.75 billion ($1.95 billion).
GRESB revises green bond guidelines as EDF launches energy efficiency standard
The Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) has revised its green bond guidelines one year after they were launched.
Chinese renewables fund reaches $480m in second close
The private equity arm of power company China General Nuclear (CGN) and investment manager JIDA Capital Partners have reached the second close of the their renewable energy fund, managing to raise a total of $480 million.
Green bond market breaks through $150bn barrier
The total amount of capital raised by green bonds has surpassed $150 billion, as the rapidly evolving market continues to set new records.
Biggest beasts of green bond market are crowned
Some of the biggest beasts in the green bond market were honoured today, in the final instalment of the inaugural Green Bond Awards.
Utility returns to green bond market, with benchmark issue
A utility has returned to the green bond market, after pricing €1 billion ($1.1 billion) of notes, Environmental Finance has learned.
EF BRIEFS: Senvion, Kommuninvest, BlackRock, IEA, Morgan Stanley, AMP Solar
German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has scrapped plans to float on Friday, citing market volatility.
EF BRIEFS: Senvion, SunEdison, EDF, Renovagen, NTR, Aquila Capital
German-based wind turbine manufacturer Senvion plans to raise up to €703 million ($770 million) in a private placement ahead of its initial public offering.