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  • 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.

  • Rise or fall, energy prices will not stop the momentum towards net zero

    26 July 2021

    The momentum behind decarbonisation and the energy transition is unstoppable, argues Federico Turegano

  • IEA net-zero roadmap 'turning point' for energy sector ahead of COP26

    18 May 2021

    After years of being judged a climate modelling laggard, the IEA has published a 'landmark' net-zero emissions roadmap which campaigners say raises the stakes for governments and companies ahead of the COP26 summit. Ahren Lester reports

  • Without metals, there can be no energy transition

    17 May 2021

    Demand for metals is set to rise exponentially with the growth of renewable energy and electric vehicles, writes Michel Wiskirski

  • Why renewable energy has come of age in 2020

    04 February 2021

    What changed to make renewable energy such an investment success story in 2020, UBP's Mathieu Negre asks

  • Funds of the year: Active Solar

    22 January 2021

    Active Solar delivered a 170% return in 2020 - but the fund manager says it is still just the beginning. Ahren Lester reports

  • It's time to embrace Brazil's green economic bounce

    25 December 2020

    Government reforms and the urgent need to replace aging energy infrastructure is an opportunity to bolster Brazil's economy. The key is attracting inward investment to develop renewable capacity, argues Jamie Macdonald-Murray

  • Coal, Covid-19 and the rise of renewables

    18 December 2020

    The pandemic has given a boost to the energy transition, and it is unlikely that this trend will drop off as we move to a recovery, amid the realisation that renewables are much cheaper than 'dirty' energy sources, says Paul Flood