• Reed Hundt on Clean Energy Investment Driving Growth

    Reed Hundt, the CEO of Coalition for Green Capital, recently delivered a presentation for the International Monetary Fund on the potential for clean energy and 5G communications technology to drive global economic growth. Reed discusses the clean energy investment opportunity presented by the annual global investment need of $200 billion over the next 25 years. […]

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  • CGC Roundtable: Green Banks in Emerging Markets

    The Coalition for Green Capital hosted a high-level roundtable on Green Banks in Emerging Markets on April 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. The event, organized alongside the IMF spring meetings, featured leading climate finance experts from government, private finance and the NGO community. The day was organized as a discussion, exploring how Green Banks (through […]

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  • Global

    Global Climate Finance Leaders See the Need for Public-Private Partnership

    Two new reports from global leaders in climate finance identify the important role that public capital should play in scaling up private investment. Though neither explicitly names Green Banks, both effectively articulate the need for Green Bank-like solutions. One report, from the Climate Policy Initiative, on key lessons in climate finance emphasizes the interaction of […]

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  • Green Bank Creation

    Many Pathways to Creating a Green Bank

    The question CGC is asked most often by policymakers and Green Bank supporters is, “How do you actually create a Green Bank?” The truth is that there is no right answer or single approach. The correct path depends on the specific fiscal, economic, political and institutional circumstances of the given market. And the form the […]

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  • Op-Ed on Investing in Energy Infrastructure

    Our CEO (and former FCC chairman) Reed Hundt published an opinion piece in TechCrunch arguing for a huge increase in private and public investment in clean energy infrastructure in addition to roads and bridges. Using blended financing techniques to update energy infrastructure, he claims, will benefit businesses, individuals and the environment.

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  • News

    Clean Energy Finance News – Monthly Roundup

    This is the October installment of the CGC’s monthly news roundup, where we compile important news and commentary on public and private investment in clean energy projects. We’ve searched the internet to find the news stories that will keep you up to speed and informed on blended finance approaches to clean energy. Connecticut Green Bank […]

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  • News

    Clean Energy Finance News – Monthly Roundup

    This is the September installment of the CGC’s monthly news roundup, where we compile important news and commentary on public and private investment in clean energy projects. We’ve searched the internet to find the news stories that will keep you up to speed and informed on blended finance approaches to clean energy. A Different Kind […]

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  • Reed Hundt’s Remarks at Climate Change Policy Forum

    These remarks were delivered at the  Stanford Woods Forum to discuss climate priorities for the next presidential administration on 9/15. TRANSCRIPT: Good afternoon. I want to give a big shout out to my old friend David Hayes and all of his colleagues for arranging this. I also want to ask you to acknowledge my partner […]

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  • Op-Ed on the Importance of Clean Power Plan

    Our CEO (and former FCC chairman) Reed Hundt wrote an opinion piece in today’s issue of The Hill in which he criticizes the Supreme Court’s stay of the Clean Power Plan, citing the need for smart policies that catalyze growing clean energy markets. In this op-ed he highlights the similarities between the movement to clean […]

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  • New Paper: Competition as Means of Building the Clean Power Platform

    Yesterday, the Coalition for Green Capital joined energy leaders at a Stanford Woods Forum to discuss climate priorities for the next presidential administration. Our CEO Reed Hundt presented a paper on “Competition as the Means to Building the Clean Power Platform.” The paper applies lessons from the deregulation of telecoms to unlocking innovation and clean […]

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