• Investors urged to act as majority of coal companies still expanding

    20 September 2019

    As millions around the world take to the streets for the global climate strike a report by Global Coal Exit List (GCEL) reveals over half, 400 of 746, of the largest companies with significant coal exposure are still planning to expand their coal operations.

  • Almost all CA100+ power utilities at risk of stranded assets

    16 July 2019

    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.

  • NTPC plans more green 'masala' bonds

    09 September 2016

    India's National Thermal Power Company (NTPC) is planning more 'masala' bonds, possibly in the next eight to nine months.

  • Asia poised to recharge green bond market, says BAML

    19 June 2015

    Asia is set to kickstart the next wave of growth in the green bond market, say analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), who identify six bonds in the pipeline.

  • Modi's $300bn renewables ambition for India

    27 February 2015

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to spur a boom in renewables. Charles Yates looks at the opportunity – and some of the challenges – that lie ahead