• Green Bonds round-up, 28 November

    28 November 2018

    France's state-owned postal company La Poste saw its inaugural €500 million ($564 million) green bond attract orders amounting to more than €2.1 billion.

  • Green bonds round-up - 24 Oct - 17 new deals

    24 October 2018

    Royal Schiphol Group, the owner of Amsterdam's Schiphol airport, has priced a green bond worth €500 million ($576 million), making it the first European airport to issue green-labelled notes.

  • Green bonds round-up, 3 October 2018

    03 October 2018

    Getlink said its inaugural green bond had been "comfortably oversubscribed", helping it raise €550 million ($635 million) rather than the €500 million originally envisaged.

  • Chinese green bond indexes launched

    20 March 2017

    A series of indexes tracking both labelled and unlabelled Chinese green bonds has been launched, and will be listed on the Shenzhen and Luxembourg stock exchanges.

  • Best performing funds of 2016: Impax Environmental Markets (Ireland) Fund

    30 January 2017

    An uptick in investors' interest in environmental-themed equities, following the Paris Agreement, helped make 2016 a 'vintage' year for the Impax Environmental Markets (Ireland) Fund, reports Hamza Ali

  • US 'to overtake Germany as third biggest solar market', despite Trump

    25 January 2017

    The US will become the third largest market for solar in 2017 overtaking Germany, according to a report by data provider Sustainalytics.

  • Getting real about carbon capture

    22 June 2015

    Carbon capture and storage has a vital role to play in European efforts to combat climate change, says Chris Davies MEP. But the technology needs urgent political and financial support.

  • RET Capital buys 25MW solar plant

    15 April 2014

    US financing platform Renewable Energy Trust Capital is to buy a 25MW solar photovoltaic plant in California – its second acquisition since raising $125 million last month.

  • Debt agreement inked for 'world's largest' geothermal project

    02 April 2014

    A geothermal development believed to be the world's largest secured $1.17 billion in debt from eight banks this week, in a move that could "open the floodgates" for further projects using the technology in Indonesia.

  • Geothermal plant 'close to securing $1.17bn in loans'

    28 March 2014

    Indonesia's largest geothermal project, Sarulla, is reportedly close to securing $1.17 billion of project finance from a syndicate of private and public lenders.