Broad sweep of projects in green investment bank pipeline

Gavin Evans
Fri, 19 Jun 2020

Broad sweep of projects in green investment bank pipeline
Gavin Evans
Fri, 19 Jun 2020
New funding deals New Zealand Green Investment Finance is working up will show a variety of low-carbon benefits from a range of sectors, chief executive Craig Weise said. A $15 million credit line for Wellington-based CentrePort is the first of a number of deals the 14-month old investment bank expects to announce during 2020, he said. And while transport, electrification and building efficiencies are “the first cabs off the rank” in terms of investable options the fund has looked at, there is a lot of variety among the deals being develo...

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