• Colorado Announces Green Bank

    On Saturday, Governor John Hickenlooper announced the creation of a Colorado green bank. The green bank will be an independent, nonprofit entity called the “Colorado Clean Energy Fund” (CCEF). The objective of CCEF will be to drive private investment into clean energy projects and support the deployment of clean energy technologies in the state. To […]

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  • Green Bank Congress brings together green finance experts from around the world

    Green Banks, Green Funds and fellow green finance practitioners from around the globe gathered in Shanghai, China on November 29 for the sixth annual Green Bank Congress. Representatives from Clean Energy Finance Corporation (Australia), Green Investment Group, Connecticut Green Bank, Green Finance Organization Japan, Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank, Green Tech Malaysia and many more gathered […]

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  • DC Mayor Signs Green Bank Bill

    On Tuesday afternoon, Program Director Alex Kragie (center right in photo) represented the Coalition for Green Capital at the bill signing of the Green Finance Authority Establishment Act, which created a Green Bank for the District of Columbia. Mayor Muriel Bowser gave an inspirational talk about our obligations to affect climate action at the local […]

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  • NY Green Bank’s Path to Profitability

    Earlier this year, NY Green Bank reported that it was profitable for the first time in its history. This is a critical moment in the development of NY Green Bank, and an important marker in the Green Bank movement more broadly. NY Green Bank is the first Green Bank in the U.S. to generate positive […]

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  • CGC Publishes Pennsylvania Clean Energy Market Reports

    CGC, along with our partner The Nature Conservancy (TNC), is delighted to announce the release of its new reports: the Pennsylvania Clean Energy Market Report and the Pennsylvania Energy Investment Partnership Report. The first report is an analysis of the Pennsylvania clean energy market landscape. It estimates that there is a largely untapped market potential of […]

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  • Sparking the Green Bank Movement

    Today the Connecticut Green Bank won the prestigious Innovations in American Government Award for 2017. Given annually by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance, today’s ceremony acknowledges what those in the Green Bank and clean energy finance world have seen for years – that Connecticut Green Bank sparked a Green Bank movement. […]

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  • CGC Paper: National Green Banks in Developing Countries

    Click here to download the paper. The Coalition for Green Capital (CGC), with support from the Hewlett Foundation, has published a new paper exploring how the Green Bank model can be implemented in emerging markets to help achieve national climate goals. The paper examines how Green Banks (either purpose-built entities or adaptations of existing institutions) […]

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  • Bill Would Create DC Green Bank

    The mayor of District of Columbia, Muriel Bowser, recently introduced legislation that would establish Green Bank for the District. The bill would create the “Green Finance Authority” as an instrumentality of the DC government to finance and promote the deployment of clean energy technology within the District. The Green Finance Authority will act as the DC Green […]

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  • Nevada Governor Signs Green Bank Bill

    This week, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval (R) signed a bill establishing a Nevada Green Bank into law. The bill directs the Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy to create an independent, nonprofit corporation named “the Nevada Clean Energy Fund.” The Nevada Clean Energy Fund purpose will be to support the deployment of clean energy technologies in […]

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  • The Value of Public Investment in Green Banks

    The track record shows that a Green Bank can drive more investment, more clean energy, and more CO2 reduction per dollar of public cost than current programs. The longest running Green Banks in the U.S. have now been operating for over five years. Green Banks have driven over $2 billion of clean energy investment in […]

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