• Best performing funds of 2015: Pioneer Ecology

    02 February 2016

    The fund outperformed in 2015, helped by its decision to ditch solar and stick with wind stocks. Fund manager Christian Zimmermann talks to Peter Cripps.

  • Thailand's Bangchak buys SunEdison's Japanese portfolio

    02 February 2016

    Thailand's Bangchak Petroleum has bought SunEdison's entire Japanese portfolio.

  • EF BRIEFS: Exxon, FIM, SunEdison, Hareon, SPI, CTX

    20 January 2016

    A group of institutional investors with $300 billion under management is calling on ExxonMobil to prove its resilience in the face of the Paris Agreement on climate change.

  • Generate Capital provided $150m financing in 2015

    18 January 2016

    SunEdison co-founder Jigar Shah's Generate Capital has financed $150 million of resource efficiency projects in 2015, according to the company.

  • EF BRIEFS: Suzlon, Enel Green Power, Appaloosa, SunEdison, Vivint, Spanish auction

    15 January 2016

    Indian renewables firm Suzlon has secured INR23 billion ($344 million) from existing investors to help it ramp up its operations.

  • People moves

    15 January 2016

    A round up of the latest people moves, including changes at NRG, SolarCity,RET Capital and Alliance Trust

  • SunEd in major debt deal in bid to strengthen position

    08 January 2016

    SunEdison's share price is in turmoil again, after it agreed another complex – and expensive – deal in a bid to pay down 'restrictive debt'.

  • Looking back at 2015, and looking ahead to 2016

    31 December 2015

    It has been a landmark year for environmental investment themes. Hamza Ali looks back at some of the key developments of 2015 and asks what the following year will bring

  • SunEdison in $336m equity/assets deal with investors

    30 December 2015

    Buyers of an exchangeable bond issued by a SunEdison subsidiary are to trade in $336 million of notes for assets and equity in its yieldco.

  • Financing India's renewables revolution

    29 December 2015

    India plans to build 175GW of renewables by 2022, requiring billions of dollars of capital. What are the opportunities for non-Indian investors, asks Peter Cripps