Climate change and decarbonization objectives are driving governments and investors to consider clean energy investing. But do investments in clean energy make financial sense? This is the question that a series of joint publications by the International Energy Agency and Imperial College London have sought to answer. Their aim is to establish greater financial transparency and provide more data to help financial institutions and policymakers participate in the energy transition.
In their third joint report, they turn their attention to unlisted renewable assets to address these concerns. The report examines their risks and returns globally, including in emerging markets and developing economies. This analysis will cover the performance of an index representing global unlisted renewables, consisting of wind, solar, hydropower, and other renewables assets (biomass, geothermal, marine power, and battery storage).
Download the report here