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Sustainable Energy and Green Finance for a Low-carbon Economy

Perspectives from the Greater Bay Area of China

Jingyan Fu (Redaktør) ; Artie W. Ng (Redaktør)

The book provides readers with essential insights into key issues in connection with planning, developing and financing sustainable energy projects in China that are relevant for practitioners, investors and developers involved in the emerging sustainable energy sector. Les mer
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The book provides readers with essential insights into key issues in connection with planning, developing and financing sustainable energy projects in China that are relevant for practitioners, investors and developers involved in the emerging sustainable energy sector. It offers readers a deeper understanding of these contemporary issues by drawing on the lessons learned in real-world sustainable energy and green finance development activities in China, which are driven by central planning and policy implementation and complemented by investments and finances from public-private partnerships.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Development of the sustainable energy in the Greater Bay Area of China: Policy and planning perspectives.- Renewable and sustainable energy through the power generating sector.- Carbon trade in Guangdong: Opportunities and Challenges.- A comprehensive framework for green financing in the Greater Bay Area.- Domestic Green financing strategies through the Stock Exchange of Shenzhen.- International Green financing strategies: Hong Kong.- Green credit for renewal of energy facilities: Cases with ADB.- Sustainable energy through smart buildings.- Utility perspectives about financing renewable and sustainable energy projects.- Electric vehicles for the Greater Bay Area.