Institutional investors, which together manage assets of over $70 trillion, often have investment objectives that are aligned with the investment profile of infrastructure. At first glance, access to this large pool of capital and the alignment of objectives should help lower the costs of financing renewable energy. In this study, CPI finds that while these investors could supply a significant share of the total required investment, various factors limit the extent to which they can invest in a way that could lower the cost of financing renewable energy…
Étiqueté : Investments
Investment and efficiency under incentive regulation: The case of the Norwegian electricity distribution networks
This EPRG paper analyses the relationship between investments and cost efficiency in the context of incentive regulation with ex-post regulatory treatment of investments using a panel dataset of 126 Norwegian distribution companies from 2004 to 2010.
The World bank study aims to facilitate the development of a policy framework for promoting climate-friendly investment in South Asia. A major output of the study is the piloting of the Climate Investment Readiness Index, a tool for evaluating the enabling environment for private sector investment in different countries… (© IISD)
The objective of this paper is to analyse what targets and criteria should be followed for electricity transmission investments which would be beneficial for Europe
Discussion paper: Incentives for mitigation investments
World economic and social survey 2011
The authors consider an electricity market where sales are subject to two different price regimes.