IPFA FLN event hosted by Turner & Townsend on Monday 27 February.
Clean energy investment has largely increased over the last decade, despite factors that would generally inhibit funding.
A stronger US dollar, a weaker EU economy and the crash of fossil fuels prices, might have led to a reduction in clean energy investments, but this has been offset by the continued cost reduction of solar photovoltaics, allowing more capacity to be installed for less, making all them more cost-competitive. Many developing countries are adopting wind and solar power, which are often cheaper than wholesale power prices.
– Al Searle – Associate Director, Turner & Townsend
– Sacira Coric – Director, Project Finance and Funding solutions, Turner & Townsend
– Louis du Plessis – Director, Infrastructure and ESG advisory, Turner & Townsend