• Subsidy confirmation fuels share hike for biomass-burning plant

    06 December 2013

    One of Europe's largest coal-burning power plants could convert all of its units to burn biomass, in a move that would boost its operator's share price by more than 50%, after the UK government confirmed the level of subsidy support for the technology, analysts have claimed.

  • Investors warn palm oil companies and financiers on climate change risks

    05 December 2013

    A $270 billion investor coalition has called for palm oil producers and their financiers to adopt policies to ensure they do not contribute to climate change.

  • BoA, UBS in, but HSBC out of sustainability index

    12 September 2013

    Bank of America, UBS and United Parcel Service are the largest of 39 companies admitted to the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI), following an annual review of constituents carried out by sustainable investment specialist RobecoSAM.

  • Chinese wind giant issues $300m bond

    06 August 2013

    One of China's largest wind power developers has issued a $300 million bond.

  • Spain deals '€1.35bn' blow to renewables firms

    15 July 2013

    Spain's latest planned subsidy cuts will cost the renewables sector €1.35 billion ($1.8 billion), according to a research note.

  • 10 steps to sustainable investment

    26 June 2013

    Institutional investors must address sustainability risks, such as climate change, resource scarcity and water shortages, within their investment decisions, if they are to be successful in the future, an investor-backed lobby group claimed.

  • Cheuvreux retains sustainability title in Extel survey

    12 June 2013

    Kepler Cheuvreux has been voted best pan-European brokerage firm for sustainability research in the annual Thomson Reuters Extel survey.