We are investing in climate change mitigation but more is needed in different areas of technology. Collaboration can help ensure that the technologies that will have the most impact receive needed funds.
Investing in renewable energy is a win for the planet and can be a positive addition to an investment portfolio.
There is a gap between what leaders have pledged to do about climate change and what it will take to reach zero carbon emissions by 2050. In order to avert more irreversible climate changes, we need to close that gap.
The lack of consensus on what constitutes sustainable activity and lack of transparency into companies ESG metrics are making it difficult for investors to engage in sustainable finance.
Investment in green energy is growing, but not fast enough to meet the goals of the Paris Accord. More investment in developing economies is needed.
Renewable energy creates jobs. Repurposing coal-powered plants for renewables can provide jobs and revitalize the communities where they are located.
Hydropower should be part of the mix when we talk about renewable energy. Retrofitting existing dams with hydroelectric generators can increase the availability of reliable clean energy.
Developers, tax equity investors, renewable energy and the economy will all benefit from Notice 2021-41, extending the time to complete projects and put them into service while still being eligible for tax incentives.
As long as there is a demand for fossil fuels, someone is going to supply them. By asking big oil to divest themselves of oil and gas assets, we are moving the problem, not solving it.
Investors are increasingly showing interest in mitigating climate change. The climate economy will create a greener world and a more stable economy if we invest aggressively now.