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Palisade said it has been exploring hydrogen opportunities for some time and hopes to have 100 hydrogen-powered buses on Australian roads within 12 months.
European Union Flags
Plans have emerged for a €10bn-a-year EIB green infrastructure fund, but it should not crowd out sectors where private capital has made significant strides.
Investor Group on Climate Change calls for an ‘integrated and robust national policy suite’ on climate change to help support private investment.
Solar energy in the sea
The firm intends to bring a ‘bespoke’ UK-focused product to market this year, with the Low Carbon Power Fund approaching full deployment.
Wind farm
The debt investment marks AMP Capital's first in Taiwan and supports the construction of Formosa 2, a 376MW offshore wind project.
Solar power
Rune Bro Róin, one of the five founders of the Danish renewables group, has not worked on new funds since the end of 2018.
solar power in the snow
The Japanese vehicle has acquired three solar plants on Japan’s northernmost island, with its local focus in line with the country’s ‘regional economy creation’ policy.
As power prices weaken and demand suffers a dramatic fall, we discuss the future of PPAs and the fallout of the oil price shock on the sector.
Solar power
China will account for 42 percent of new capacity, driven by a surge in solar power projects, but Western Europe will be the ‘regional outperformer’ in terms of utilisation, Fitch Solutions says.
In the third and final part of our Deep Dive, we find energy efficiency – key to the energy transition – remains the 'forgotten fuel' and that most managers and investors prefer engagement over divestment.
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