The CCPI is an instrument designed to enhance transparency in international climate politics. Its aim is to put political and social pressure on those countries that have not yet to taken ambitious action on climate protection, and to highlight those countries with best practice climate policies.
Guest post by Simon Currie – Partner and Global Head of Energy at Norton Rose Fulbright. In 2014 alone, global investment in renewable power and fuels totaled US $270 billion, with more than half of this occurring in emerging markets and a significant proportion directed to Latin America. Click below to download the report on
With this article we want to provide an overview of the Dutch utility-scale solar market, which will be based on a comparison between what currently are and previously were the country’s largest solar pv projects. Looking at this table, there are several things to highlight. The first noticeable fact is that the total size of the
Guest post by Steffen Lück – Assistant Director at Deloitte Denmark. At Deloitte, we have recently released a new update on our articles on valuing wind farm and solar PV farm assets. The analyses now totals 556 transactions on renewable energy assets worldwide and reveals how capacity in different project stages affect the enterprise value
Guest post by Dimitris Assimakis, energy and projects partner in the Athens office of global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright. Introduction Greece enjoys a remarkable wind resource with local average wind speeds (at hub height) often exceeding the 8–10 m/s, especially in the Aegean Sea islands and on mountain ridges on the mainland. Its 2020
Guest post by Umang Goswami – an energy sector specialist with 12 years experience with the World Bank, Commercial Banks and most recently was heading a silicon valley solar company’s finance office in India. He is looking to setup a holdco to buy the type of assets mentioned below through collaboration with a fund in
How you should present your renewable energy project depends on several factors: Is it the initial presentation, or is it one for a later stage of the negotiation? What type of investor are you presenting to? What is the development stage of your project? What is the size of your project? Essentially, the presentation should take into