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Victoria Judd and Henrietta Worthington, two counsels at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, discuss four key considerations.
Events at the US Capitol last week underscored the president-elect’s mandate to rebuild a fractured America. Investing in infrastructure may be his best bet.
The government’s launch of a National Infrastructure Bank will only be a positive if it can learn the lessons of the past.
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Australia’s energy minister says that blue hydrogen, where the fuel is produced using traditional gas, would be part of the mix and would enable the country’s industry to scale up faster than others.
The bank will act as a cornerstone investor on key projects and directly co-invest with the private sector ‘where appropriate’, the government says.
The roadmap makes 37 recommendations for participants in the financial system that will help achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and go further than government policy.
After four years of President Donald Trump, investors find themselves wondering again whether an administration under Joe Biden will bring meaningful infrastructure.
If President Trump’s lack of policy still led to green growth, imagine what president-elect Biden’s $2trn green stimulus plan can do, if fully enacted.
State government aims to deliver 20GW of wind and solar over the next decade and increase certainty for investors.
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