• The Equator Principles: the push for Asia

    21 August 2014

    The Equator Principles have successfully attracted signatories in the developed world, but the support of banks in rapidly growing Asian markets remains elusive. Peter Cripps looks at the prospects for the initiative.

  • People moves

    14 August 2014

    The latest people moves in the industry, including new recruits for SolarCity, Impax and Mirova

  • Modest rise in EU carbon price by 2020 forecast by industry

    28 May 2014

    The average price of carbon allowances in the EU Emissions Trading System between 2013 and 2020 is expected to be about €8 ($11), according to a survey of market participants.

  • New advisory firm 'to boost secondary market in renewables'

    12 March 2014

    A new company – MegaWatt-X – has been launched to facilitate a secondary market in renewable energy assets.

  • UK floods could cost £1bn, says insurer

    11 February 2014

    The cost of damage and disruption caused by extensive flooding across the south and west of the UK this winter could reach £1 billion ($1.6 billion), an insurance specialist has warned.

  • Renewables M&A activity set for further boost after 2013 upturn – report

    28 January 2014

    Renewables mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity jumped in 2013 and will continue to rise as yield-hungry investors are attracted to the sector, PwC has forecast.

  • 8GW of projects make final stage of UK bidding round

    04 December 2013

    A total of 16 projects with a combined generation capacity of 8GW have made it through to the final stage of the UK government's bidding round for subsidies.

  • COP19: boon or bust?

    27 November 2013

    The UN climate talks in Warsaw kept a 2015 agreement within grasp – but offers little for investors, at least in the near-term, finds Katie Kouchakji

  • Warsaw climate talks keep 2015 deal within grasp

    25 November 2013

    Negotiators at this year's UN climate talks reached an agreement on how to further advance climate action ahead of global deal in 2015, but little progress was made on the financing of climate measures.

  • COP19 to lay foundations for new global climate deal

    11 November 2013

    The climate negotiations that kicked off today in Warsaw are expected to play a crucial role in laying the foundations for a new global agreement in Paris in two years' time.