EU uncertainty hits low-carbon investment

October 2010
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Oct2010, Issue 429, p16
The article reports on the warning issued by European asset managers on the implications of uncertainty over emissions reduction targets and vacillation over renewables support measures on investment in low-carbon technology. These asset managers highlighted the uncertainty over European Union and British climate policy. The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change questioned the ability of European Union and member state climate policy to sustain growth in low-carbon technology.


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