We are at an inflection point when it comes to the deployment of clean technology and renewables. Goldman Sachs is targeting $150 billion to finance and invest in companies that promote clean technology and renewable energy, and we are committed to helping to develop market-based solutions to environmental challenges.
Widespread company focus on environmental, social, and governance metrics has faced something of a chicken-and-egg problem: investors often don't hear from companies why these metrics matter to the business, and companies perceive the lack of questions they're receiving as a lack of interest. But the tide may be turning.
Falling wind and solar costs are set to spur even greater investment in renewable technologies. Alberto Gandolfi of Goldman Sachs Research explains.
The future Low Carbon Economy is now as much a transformative technology shift as it is a response to environmental challenges, according to Goldman Sachs Research. Learn more about the four technologies it sees leading the charge.
Ankur Sahu, co-head of Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking Division in Asia Pacific, explains how Asia has become a critical player in addressing climate change.
Brian Lee of Goldman Sachs Research explains why the outlook for US solar remains positive, despite near-term policy uncertainty for renewable energy.
On the path to a Low Carbon Economy, the European utilities sector offers a case study in navigating the challenges of transitioning to renewable fuel sources. Goldman Sachs Research’s Alberto Gandolfi explains.
Kyung-Ah Park, head of the Environmental Markets Group at Goldman Sachs, discusses the key developments catalyzing the transition towards more sustainable global growth.
By 2030, renewables will account for half of the world's energy mix. Learn about the new technologies and financial innovations that are driving this transformation.