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Sustainability benchmarks often fail to take water and energy efficiency measures into account, but resource preservation can be hugely impactful, argues Ridgewood Infrastructure principal Sam Lissner.
Investor scrutiny of ESG is intensifying, driven by regulation, stakeholder demands and an awareness that environmental and social issues impact value, say Igneo Infrastructure Partners’ Sarah Cole, Sophie Durham and Maria Castro.
Ignore the environmental impact of supply chains at your peril, writes Valeria Rosati, senior partner at Vantage Infrastructure.
Proposed SEC rules follow hot on the heels of regulation in Europe, but there is more to ESG than compliance, says CIM Group principal and chief compliance officer Mukya Porter.
Investors in renewable energy funds want to back new clean energy fleets that are displacing existing fossil fuel generation, say the co-heads of Capital Dynamics’ clean energy team, Barney Coles and Dario Bertagna
A circular economy is a key part of a successful energy transition. Kaj Bakker, ESG director at Arcus, explains how these principles can be applied in infrastructure operations
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Digital infrastructure has an integral role to play in decentralising energy markets and driving the energy transition, says Eurazeo infrastructure partner Laurent Chatelin.
The decarbonisation of hard-to-abate sectors can only be achieved by harnessing renewable energy to produce green hydrogen and other derivatives, say Prime Capital’s Mathias Bimberg and Janna Brokmann.
Infrastructure has the potential to lead the impact investment movement, says Meridiam founder and chief executive officer Thierry Déau.
Nothing is plain-sailing when it comes to ESG regulation, but staying one step ahead of legal developments is important for future success, writes Denham Capital’s Sabine Chalopin.
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