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IEEFA Norway: Why the World’s Biggest Sovereign Wealth Fund Should Invest in Global Renewable Energy Infrastructure

IEEFA Norway: Why the World’s Biggest Sovereign Wealth Fund Should Invest in Global Renewable Energy Infrastructure

The Sector is Growing, Returns Are Reliable, the Outlook is Positive

We published a report this morning that highlights how Norway is at a historic crossroads in how it manages some of its vast national wealth bound up in the Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG). Indeed, GPFG is facing an unusually opportune moment this summer, as Parliament considers whether to enact a mandate that would have […]

Case for Divesting Coal from the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global

Case for Divesting Coal from the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global

Case for Divesting Coal from the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global By Tom Sanzillo, Director of Finance, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis View in Norwegian.

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On the Blogs: New Report, ‘Potentially Worth Millions to Investors,’ Calls for Coal Plant Divestment

Kathy Hipple in the Huffington Post: The German-based environmental NGO Urgewald has identified the top companies planning new coal-fired power stations around the globe. Urgewald’s new database exposes companies at the forefront of plans to expand the world’s coal-fired power capacity by nearly 45%. The database will be published on www.coalexit.org and provides information on […]

July 5, 2017 Read More →

Norway Dodges an Opportunity

Bloomberg News: The Norwegian government is resisting calls for its $873 billion sovereign wealth fund, the world’s biggest, to add unlisted infrastructure projects to its portfolio of stocks, bonds and real estate. It should relent, recognizing both the financial and societal benefits from expanding the universe of potential investments available to the fund. But what […]

April 7, 2017 Read More →

Norway Government Digs in Against Renewable Infrastructure Investment, Ensuring ‘Further Debate on This Topic’

Reuters: The minority government repeated it was opposed to letting the fund invest in unlisted infrastructure such as roads, bridges and wind farms, due to the political risk these investments may carry and their high transaction costs. It had opposed loosening the rules in last year’s review but lawmakers had said the question should be […]

March 31, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Norway: Why the World’s Biggest Sovereign Wealth Fund Should Invest in Global Renewable Energy Infrastructure
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IEEFA Norway: Why the World’s Biggest Sovereign Wealth Fund Should Invest in Global Renewable Energy Infrastructure

The Sector is Growing, Returns Are Reliable, the Outlook is Positive

We published a report this morning that highlights how Norway is at a historic crossroads in how it manages some of its vast national wealth bound up in the Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG). Indeed, GPFG is facing an unusually opportune moment this summer, as Parliament considers whether to enact a mandate that would have […]

Norway Pension Fund Expands Coal-Industry Divestment

Rachel Fixsen for Investment & Pensions Europe: The Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG), the country’s NOK7.5trn (€830bn) sovereign wealth fund, has decided to exclude another 15 companies from its investments because of their coal business, bringing the total number it has shut out to 59. The exclusions follow Norges Bank Investment Management’s second round […]

December 22, 2016 Read More →
Case for Divesting Coal from the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global

Case for Divesting Coal from the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global

Case for Divesting Coal from the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global By Tom Sanzillo, Director of Finance, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis View in Norwegian.