When it comes to project finance, investors are increasingly voting with their conscience. The Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria for investing have grown exponentially in the past few years as fund managers race to find assets that will satisfy their customers’ sustainability principles. In Europe alone, ESG assets are expected to represent more than half of all investment funds by 2025. Globally, Moody’s reported record levels of sustainable bond issuance in the third quarter of 2020 and forecast that total investment could reach $425bn for the whole of 2020.
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By Katharine Rooney