Episode 68: Investing in Low Carbon Asia

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07 AUG 2017 - With energy demand expected to double in Asia by 2030, and with a billion people currently without electricity, Ankur Sahu, co-head of Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Bank in Asia-Pacific, says that renewables fill a crucial gap in the marketplace. Investors have been faced with ample opportunity, he says, so much so that an industry previously thought as niche has rapidly broadened to include large institutional investors – even in emerging markets. 


This podcast was recorded on August 1, 2017.

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