Future of the Environment

Without private finance, there will be no green transition. Here is what needs to happen

'Incentives like rebates and tax credits allowed wind and solar power to expand, by driving down costs for businesses and consumers.' Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT) - GM1E99M16HZ01

Werner Hoyer

President, European Investment Bank

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