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A fund that deploys capital to develop portfolio environmental and renewable energy assets

Thursday, July 17, 2008
One of the largest buyers of carbon compliance instruments created by projects.

A SQUARE :: 17Jul08 A fund that deploys capital to develop portfolio environmental and renewable energy assets
Category Carbon Credits
Author Sona Blessing
Identify research, screen and construct a portfolio that capitalises on project based global greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions: reduction offsets (renewable energy markets) inefficiencies
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