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8
Jan

350 PPM Releases Environmental Sector Research and Launches Electronic Funding Platform

350 PPM is a sister company to Solar 350. Dear All, Please find a link to download our new 350 Company Brochure and Research Report.  Download will be quicker if you right click on the link and pick ‘save link as’ or equivalent. 350 PPM – Full length brochure v. 4 (initial view single page) This report has been compiled

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8
Jan

350 PPM Autumn 2017 Investor Update

Author:  Nicholas Dimmock BA MBA (CASS), Head of Corporate Finance 350 PPM Ltd. 350 PPM is a sister company to Solar 350. About 350 PPM 350 PPM Ltd is a corporate finance house, specialising in EIS qualifying, socially responsible / green investments within the environmental sector. 350 PPM Ltd identifies Companies, Projects and Technologies that it believes will benefit substantially

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8
Jan

Sector Research Note – Mexican Electricity Sector

Author: Alexander Colvill, Research Analyst at 350 PPM, sister company to Solar 350. Introduction This research note gives a quick overview of the Mexican electricity sector, with a particular focus on solar PV (Photovoltaic), for which Mexico is ideally suited, but which is currently massively underdeveloped versus its potential. This is based on the IEA (International Energy Agency) publication ‘Energy

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6
Oct

PARIS AGREEMENT SET TO ENTER INTO FORCE IN 1 MONTH

Historic climate treaty passes both thresholds Author: Ilario D’Amato 5 October 2016 LONDON: Today, the Paris Agreement has officially passed the necessary threshold to begin the process for its official entry into force – meaning the Agreement will officially enter into force globally in a month’s time. In doing so, it will become the first comprehensive climate agreement that commits all countries

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14
Sep

Stranded Assets and Potentially the Next Economic Shock

THE ECONOMIC CYCLE I subscribe to the 18-year economic cycle theory. I studied Behavioural Finance during my MBA and then completed my Thesis on The Cycle of Investor Emotions. As such, bearing in mind that we remember the last 3 years most clearly, it is no surprise to me that reliably, about every 7 years we (the human race) get

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13
Sep

The Old Carbon Dog Is being taught a Few New Tricks and it is still, in 350’s Opinion: The Most Effective Solution

90 steps forward, two steps back With the flagship markets of the EU and California in difficulties, advocates of carbon trading are pinning their hopes on a slew of new markets, particularly China and Canada. Graham Cooper reports: December’s Paris Agreement on climate change action gave a shot in the arm to advocates of emissions trading. Of the 188 national

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13
Sep

China and US ratification ‘could see climate deal start this year’

China and the US have ratified the Paris climate deal, raising the possibility that it could come into force as soon as this year. The two countries said they had ratified the deal on the sidelines of the G20 meeting in Hangzou, China, in which green finance has featured prominently on the agenda. The landmark Paris agreement has no official

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13
Sep

Profile: Actis on why renewables make sense in emerging markets

The private equity firm has found that when it comes to making energy investments in emerging markets, clean energy is the way forward. Peter Cripps reports More than 80% of Actis’ latest energy fund is invested in renewables. This is not because the $1.2 billion fund, which is now fully allocated, has an environmental mandate – in fact, the fund

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19
Apr

Financial firms join forces to raise $8bn for sustainable investments

Bank of America has formed a new partnership within its Catalytic Finance Initiative (CFI) that aims to direct $8 billion to “high-impact sustainable investments”. Partners joining the initiative include investment manager AllianceBernstein; Babson Capital Management (a subsidiary of insurance company MassMutual); Credit Agricole; the European Investment Bank; HSBC; the International Finance Corporation; and Mirova (a subsidiary of French bank Natixis).

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19
Apr

$2.5trn of global financial assets at risk from climate change

$2.5TRN OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL ASSETS AT RISK FROM CLIMATE CHANGE $2.5 trillion of global financial assets are at risk from the effects of climate change, according to a report. The report, produced by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), the Grantham Research Institute and Vivid Economics, looks at the value at risk (VaR) associated with financial assets

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