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File:WEF Renewable Infrastructure Investment Handbook.pdf
Renewable Infrastructure Investment Handbook: A Guide for Institutional Investors
The World Economic Forum presents the Renewable Infrastructure Investment Handbook, a guide for institutional investors interested in climate finance.
The handbook is part of the World Economic Forum’s System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Long-Term Investing, Infrastructure and Development and supports the Forum’s decade-long effort to illustrate how investors with a long-term outlook can make meaningful change in economies and societies.
The adoption of the Paris Agreement on 12 December 2015 by 195 governments is a major turning point in the global fight against climate change. To date, 190 governments have committed to specific actions to reduce their national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, covering over 95% of total global emissions.
While these efforts alone will not suffice in keeping the world climate-safe, these bottom-up national pledges will provide a solid foundation from which ambition can be ratcheted up in the coming years.
At the same time, the Fourth Industrial Revolution has contributed to a dramatic reduction in technology costs, and new and attractive economics of the sector provide an opportunity for investors to find stable, inflation-protected yields while accelerating much-needed deployment of clean energy.
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