Agreement between government of India and World Bank a sign of momentum for energy service companies (ESCOs)

On April 1, the World Bank and the Government of India signed an agreement for a $43 million grant from the World Bank towards a partial risk sharing facility (PRSF) for an energy efficiency project. The $43 million is intended to finance pilot projects that will catalyze the energy service compa...

This item has been archived in line with our efforts to keep our content relevant and up to date for our readership. For further assistance, please contact your Customer Success Manager or email Thank you!

Related Research

Singapore's City Developments Limited commits to net-zero operations for over 200 residential, commercial, and industrial facilities by 2030

News Commentary | February 22, 2021

Singapore's real estate conglomerate City Developments Limited (CDL) signed the World Green Building Council's Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment. Close to 100 organizations worldwide have signed, pledging to reach net‑zero carbon emissions (Scope 1 and 2) within their building portfolios by 2030... Not part of subscription

Scottish vertical ag startup Intelligent Growth Solutions (IGS) secures $57.7 million Series B funding

News Commentary | November 11, 2021

Led by COFRA, the round included Cleveland Avenue, DC Thomson, and existing investors AgFunder, S2G Ventures, Ospraie Ag Science, and the Scottish government's Scottish Enterprise. The funding was announced at the COP26 climate change summit, where IGS showcased its energy‑efficient growth tower. ... Not part of subscription

Bezos Earth Fund invests $5.5 million in BlocPower to track energy efficiency needs for more than 120 million buildings

News Commentary | December 22, 2021

BlocPower, a financing and management firm for energy efficiency retrofits in buildings, will use a grant from Bezos Earth Fund for the Building Data Collective, a publicly available data set documenting the needs of buildings in disadvantaged areas. The data will help residents better understand ... Not part of subscription