Considering Political Risks When Investing in Renewable Energy
This article was produced by Control Risks, a member of IPFA.
As the post-pandemic economic recovery focuses on “building back better”, many countries around the world are seeking to reduce the share of electricity generated from fossil fuels. At the same time, many investors are looking to make their portfolios more sustainable, and renewable energy source (RES) projects are perceived to offer such investment opportunities. This article from Control Risks looks at some of the key political risks associated with wind and solar investments and how investors can mitigate these risks at the different stages of their investment decision-making.
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