Written by Sophie Justice
Sophie Justice Ph.D., Financial Consultant.
Corporate financier with over 10 years international banking experience within the Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Sectors. Laterally a Director at RBC Capital Markets heading up the Renewable Energy Team advising on the sale, acquisition and financing of low carbon companies and renewable energy projects. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Produced by Kirsty Hamilton
Associate Fellow, Renewable Energy Finance Project, Chatham House.
Virginia Sonntag-O’Brien, UNEP Sustainable Energy Finance Initiative, Michael Liebreich and Chris Greenwood, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, have played an essential role in producing this Guide.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance is the world’s leading independent provider of subscriptionbased research to decision-makers in renewable energy, carbon markets, energy efficiency, biofuels, carbon capture and storage, and nuclear power. It has a staff of more than 130, based
in London, Washington DC, New York, Palo Alto, Beijing, Shanghai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Cape Town, São Paulo, Sydney and Perth.
Chatham House, also known as the Royal Institute of International Affairs, is a leading source of independent analysis, informed debate and influential ideas covering a range of strategic foreign policy areas. The Renewable Energy Finance Project works with leading renewable
energy financiers on policy conditions for investment; and sits within the Energy, Environment and Development Programme.
UNEP’s Sustainable Energy Finance Initiative provides current and targeted information to financiers and facilitates new economic tools that combine social and environmental factors.
SEFI is a platform to provide financiers with the tools, support and networks to drive financial innovation in the sustainable energy investment space.
Support from the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), to Chatham House Energy, Environment and Development, has made this publication possible.