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India Considers Coupling its Government Incentives with Innovative Financing Mechanisms to Achieve its Aggressive Renewable Energy Targets

Posted by Van Hilderbrand on 5/7/16 12:33 PM

Co-author Morgan M. Gerard

India’s story for the last decade has been one of rapid industrialization and a growing thirst for energy, regardless of the carbon profile of the energy source. As the world moves towards carbon conscious energy generation, there has been a global push to direct this rapid industrializer towards more low- and zero-emission sources.

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Topics: Green Bonds, Renewable Energy, India Green Bank, India, India Green Bond, Green Bank, India Renewable Energy

Apple Leads the Way as Green Bonds Set to Grow in 2016

Posted by Van Hilderbrand on 3/4/16 3:04 PM

Co-author Morgan M. Gerard

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Topics: Green Bonds, Renewable Energy, Green Energy, Distributed Generaton, Renewable Energy 2016, Apple

2015 May be a Banner Year for Financing Environment-Friendly Green Projects

Posted by Van Hilderbrand on 3/24/15 8:13 AM

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Topics: Green Bonds, Energy Finance, Renewable Energy

Transforming the Traditional Municipal Bond Market to Finance Environment-Friendly Green Projects

Posted by Van Hilderbrand on 9/26/14 12:16 PM

Following the model of the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation, several state governments and private companies are ramping up their issuance of green bonds to finance low-carbon, environmentally beneficial projects in renewable energy, clean water, sustainability, biodiversity, energy efficiency, land conservation, river revitalization, drinking water, and infrastructure. These governments face a host of needs driven by the impacts of climate-change. But with already stretched budgets, financing sustainable infrastructure has been a challenge.

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Topics: Carbon Emissions, Energy Policy, Green Bonds, Energy Finance, Solar Energy, Renewable Energy, Wind

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