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

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 […]

IEEFA Op-Ed: Opportunity Knocks

Enormous and Immediate Demand for Renewable Energy Infrastructure in Developed and Emerging Economies Alike

Norway’s management of its vast national wealth – held in the world’s biggest sovereign wealth fund – is at an historic crossroads. Indeed, it is facing an unusually opportune moment this summer, as parliament considers granting the fund a mandate to invest up to 5 percent of its US$880 billion in unlisted infrastructure, including renewable […]

February 22, 2017 Read More →

IEEFA Op-Ed: Market Forces Are What’s Killing the Navajo Generating Station

The President Should Not Intercede

The question of whether the Navajo Generating Station will stay open past 2019 is of special regional interest for the implications it raises about jobs and local economies in the Rocky Mountains and the Southwest. But it’s a national issue too, as shown by pleas this week for President Trump to take executive action to […]

February 21, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Guest Commentary: Peabody Must No Longer Be Self Bonded

IEEFA Guest Commentary: Peabody Must No Longer Be Self Bonded

‘Dodging Debt Obligations Through Bankruptcy Proceedings’

Wyoming’s Department of Environmental Quality is facing a critical decision regarding Peabody Energy and whether the company can continue to self-bond for its $728 million Wyoming coal mine cleanup obligation. Self-bonds are unsecured IOUs, uncollectable when a company hides under bankruptcy protection. Peabody is the nation’s largest coal company, and is going through Chapter 11 […]

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