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Report: Norway’s Oil Fund Can Profit From Renewables

From Politico Morning Energy:

Norway’s $880 billion oil-based sovereign wealth fund could see solid returns if it were to invest in renewable energy infrastructure, according to a report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis released today. The report, which will be presented this morning at a cross-party parliamentary seminar in Oslo, recommends creating a mandate to invest 5 percent of the fund’s assets in unlisted infrastructure, including renewable energy investments. Though the findings are geared toward Norway specifically, many of recommendations apply more broadly to other institutional investors.

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