Archive

  • Impact investing in a frontier market

    22 July 2022

    Raising funds to invest in Nepal is challenging but highly impactful, Dolma founder Tim Gocher tells Peter Cripps

  • Russian invasion of Ukraine to turbocharge renewables deals

    02 May 2022

    The Russian invasion of Ukraine could provide the 'jolt' to renewables to provide the scale needed to deliver the EU climate polices, argues Nomura's Alex Wotton

  • Timely investment can accelerate vast potential of hydrogen sector

    28 April 2022

    Game-changing technology offers unique opportunity to address difficult-to-decarbonise sectors, writes Rajat Maheshwari

  • Climate infrastructure investment - what's the hold-up?

    20 April 2022

    Why is more capital not being channeled towards renewables, asks Mili Fomicov

  • The renewable energy investment opportunity in Asia

    07 April 2022

    Asian countries' need for renewables is great and growing - but policy support is needed, writes RaviRaj Salecha

  • RobecoSAM Smart Energy - the brightest again

    22 February 2022

    After a tumultuous year for renewables stocks, the drive for semiconductors is here to stay, Roman Boner tells Madeleine Jenkins

  • Mobilising private debt to support the hydrogen industry

    17 February 2022

    The sector's transition to commercial scale requires direct and massive involvement by the banking sector, says Anne-Christine Champion

  • Investors won't be swayed by nuclear, gas taxonomy inclusion

    14 January 2022

    Investors are unlikely to integrate nuclear or gas into their 'green' strategies, Aream's Markus Voigt tells Ahren Lester

  • COP26: Reliable, sustainable energy needs diversity

    03 November 2021

    Combining different technologies in different geographies with increased interconnection has to be the way forward, argues Tom Williams

  • Biden's infrastructure bill given cautious cheer by investors

    12 August 2021

    Investors in low-carbon infrastructure in the US have given a sweeping spending plan only a lukewarm reception, but policy tailwinds for climate-focused investors are growing, Peter Cripps writes.