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Do Clean Energy Infrastructure Shares Make Financial Sense?

Despite supportive government policies and rapid technological improvements, the participation of institutional investors in the clean energy sector remains relatively limited. One of the key challenges to increase capital flows to clean energy projects is a robust historical record of risk and financial return. Charles Donovan discusses on Faculti.

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