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CCBJ-May-2013.zip

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CCBJ Vol VI No 05: Finance and the Climate Change Industry 2013

Eroding or inconsistent policy support for the climate change industry has heightened the importance of financing for companies, projects and government programs across all segments of the industry. The special focus edition of CCBJ gauges the shifting sands of finance in 2013 with features on venture, private equity, project finance, carbon policy and government programs with keys areas like renewable energy, resilient infrastructure and energy efficiency covered in detail.

Table of Contents

01.Venture activity and stock indicies down, creating opportunity for investors.pg 4-8

02.Innovative financing keeps coming in hard-to-budge energy efficiency.pg 9-15

03.Leaders color huge infrastructure needs in a climate change tint.pg 16-20

04.Low carbon prices challenge developers of clean technology in developing world; Clean Power Finance scales solar-as-service business model.pg 20-25

05.Changing federal support leads back to tax equity model in RE.pg 26-29

Exhibits included in this issue:

  • Cleantech VC Funding by Quarter: 2011-2012 ($mil)
  • Annual Global Clean Technology Venture Investments ($mil)
  • Global Clean Technology Venture Investment: 2012 by Segment
  • DBCCA Sector and Investment Strategy Recommendations by Sector
  • NEX Index versus the S&P 500 and the MSCI All Country World Index Since 2005
  • Investment and M&A Transaction Highlights in Q1 2013
  • Top Venture Investors and the 2012 Global Cleantech 100
  • Energy Efficiency Financing Programs Worldwide
  • Basics of Energy Performance Contracting
  • Needed Infrastructure Investment and Funding Gap ($bil)
  • Funds Needed for U.S. Infrastructure Systems
  • Top 5 Global Renewable Energy Project Acquisitions by Megawatt in Q1 2013
 

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