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Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2015

Renewables Re-energized: Green Energy Investments Worldwide Surge 17% to $270 Billion in 2014

Editor: Angus McCrone (Lead Author, Chief Editor), Ulf Moslener (Lead Editor), Eric Usher, Christine Grüning, Virginia Sonntag-O'Brien
Release date: 03.2015
Finanzierung Erneuerbarer Energien

Until 2050 Renewable Energies are supposed to cover about half of the entire German energy demand. This expansion of Renewable Energies is not just proceeding rapidly on a national level but worldwide.

Author: Markus Gerhard / Thomas Rüschen / Armin Sandhövel
Release date: 10.2011
Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2011

The Global Trends Report 2011 offers an elaborate analysis of Trends and Issues in the financing of renewable energy.

Editor: Angus McCrone, Eric Usher, Virginia Sonntag-O'Brien, Ulf Moslener, Jan G. Andreas, Christine Grüning
Release date: 06.2011
Global Trends in Sustainable Energy Investment 2010

New investment in Sustainable Energy in 2009 was $162 billion, down from a revised $173 billion in 2008.

Author: Alice Hohler, Alice Tyne, Fatma Ben Fadhl, Nicole Aspinall, Richard Greenwood, Rohan Boyle
Release date: 07.2010
Global Trends in Sustainable Energy Investment 2009

This report presents the financial perspective on the current state of play in the development of Sustainable Energy in 2009.

Author: Chris Greenwood, Eric Usher, Virginia Sonntag-O'Brien
Release date: 08.2009
Taxing Externalities under Financing Constraints

We consider a production economy with externalities, which can be reduced by additional firm-level expenditures. This requires firms to raise outside financing, leading to deadweight loss due to a standard agency problem vis-á-vis investors.

Author: Florian Hoffmann, Roman Inderst, Ulf Moslener
Release date: 02.2016
Exploration Risk for Geothermal Power Investments - Approaches across the globe

Generating electric power based on geothermal energy is attractive (i) because of the low CO2 emissions and (ii) because electricity can be produced constantly, independent of the availability of wind or sunlight.

Author: Allegra Seipp, Christine Grüning, Ulf Moslener
Release date: 02.2016
Climate Policy with the Chequebook – An Economic Analysis of Climate Investment Support

Across the globe climate policy is shifting away from a carbon price towards investment subsidies, such as grants, interest-subsidised loans or guarantees. This increases the risk of inefficient public spending.

Author: Karol Kempa and Ulf Moslener
Release date: 12.2015
MEbA Microcredit Brochures Peru and Colombia

Brochure Colombia 2015: “Microcredits to reduce the vulnerability of small farmers against climate risks - the perspective of the Colombian Andes”

Release date: 09.2015
Microfinance for Ecosystem based - Project factsheet

The Microfinance for Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change (MEbA) project increases the resilience of vulnerable rural population in the Northern Andes of Peru and Colombia in the face of changing climate by means of financial products and services.

Release date: 09.2015

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