On behalf of Swiss Re, Bloomberg L.P., and The Climate Group, we are pleased to invite you to an exclusive discussion on new models for growing clean energy investment, with some of today’s leading financial innovators, including: Richard Kauffman, Chairman of Energy and Finance for New York, Office of the Governor; Rachel Kyte, Vice President and Special Envoy for Climate Change, World Bank Group; Michael Liebreich, Chairman of the Advisory Board, Bloomberg New Energy Finance; AJ Sabatelle, Associate Managing Director, Power and Infrastructure Group, Moody’s Investors Service; Juerg Trueb, Managing Director, Corporate Solutions, Swiss Re; and others.
Last year, clean energy investment totaled $254 billion worldwide. But increasing this level of investment will require finding new ways to manage the risks associated with clean energy projects. How are leading insurers, investors, governments and financiers working today to de-risk clean energy projects? And which models hold the most promise for unlocking greater amounts of clean energy investment in the future?
Join us in New York as we examine these critical issues in greater detail.
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Date: 9/24/2014 11:00:00 AM
Location: 731 Lex
Address: 731 Lexington Avenue, NY, US, 10022.
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Climate Week NYC is a cornerstone event in the international calendar that brings together influential global figures and new voices from the worlds of business, government and investors to lead the transition toward net zero-emissions. The Climate Group launched Climate Week NYC in 2009, and has since acted as the secretariat. Host to more than 70 affiliate events across the city, this year Climate Week NYC will also act as the collaborative space for climate events in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement.