Almost all CA100+ power utilities at risk of stranded assets
Most of the world’s largest power utilities that have coal capacity are at risk of making the transition to a low-carbon transition in a disorderly manner, potentially compromising tens of billions of dollars in shareholder value, the Carbon Tracker Initiative has found.
A development agenda
South Africa's largest asset owner, the GEPF, owns more than 10% of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange giving it immense influence over its portfolio companies to bring about environmental and transformative change. Joe Walsh reports
Infographic: Assessing water risk in corporate bonds
A tool has been invented to make it easier to incorporate water risk into corporate bond credit risk analysis.
Tool invented to assess water risk in corporate bonds
A tool launched today will make it easier for investors to incorporate water risk into their corporate bond credit risk analysis.
Coal companies to be sold by Norway's oil fund revealed
A list of coal companies expected to be ditched by Norway's oil fund as a result of its new divestment policy has been published.
SunEdison to acquire majority stakes in three South African renewables projects
Energy firm SunEdison is set to buy 60% of the controlling interest in three power plants owned by BioTherm Energy, a South African power producer of wind and solar energy.
Abengoa consortium seals $660m project financing for South African solar project
A consortium led by Abengoa has secured $660 million in financing for a 100MW solar plant.