• PRESS RELEASE: Green Investment Banks Key to Achieving Global Climate Goals

    Coalition for Green Capital, NRDC and Climate Finance Advisors released a new policy working paper on potential of Green Banks to drive investments needed to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. MARRAKECH (November 14, 2016) – Leaders in global green investment today released a policy working paper, Green & Resilience Banks: How the Green […]

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    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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    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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    Clean Energy Finance News – Monthly Roundup

    NY Green Bank Closes $37.5M Solar Deal with Vivint  “The loan is structured as a medium-term (five-year) note and allows Vivint Solar to recycle capital that can be used for the installation of new residential solar systems in New York. With this loan, the bank says, Vivint is expected to continue to add to its […]

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  • CGC’s Resources Page: Full of Excellent Content

    As part of the redesign of CGC’s website, we have now posted many of CGC’s work products and presentations on our new Resources Page. This includes presentations delivered at conferences, lectures delivered at universities, and full Green Bank studies produced in partnership with various state governments. We’ve also linked to excellent Green Bank materials produced […]

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  • New CGC White Paper on Green Bank Best Practices

    The Coalition for Green Capital is excited to provide the latest and greatest thinking on the Green Bank concept in its new Green Bank White Paper! The concept of a Green Bank—a financing institution that leverages private capital into clean energy projects—has been around for a while. The Coalition for Green Capital (CGC) has been […]

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  • CGC Hosts Green Bank Academy

    The Green Bank Academy was a two-day event designed to help state energy and finance officials from around the country to learn about and discuss the establishment and coordination of state Green Banks. Leaders from over a dozen states at various stages of Green Bank development attended the Green Bank Academy. Speakers at the Green […]

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  • An Excerpt from Reed Hundt’s New E-Book: Zero Hour

    Modern life rests on two electromagnetic wave platforms: knowledge and power. The former comprises the mobile and Internet networks that have circumnavigated the globe and changed social and economic life, mostly for the better and absolutely forever, in just two decades. The latter consists of the electricity and transportation systems that produce the air pollutants […]

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  • In Response to Lomborg’s op-ed “The Poor Need Cheap Fossil Fuels”

      In Bjorn Lomborg’s recent New York Times op-ed, “The Poor Need Cheap Fossil Fuels,” the author asks readers to simply “face it,” and accept that the only way to bring electricity and its associated economic growth to the developing world is by burning carbon and pollutant-emitting fossil fuels. This view represents a stale and […]

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