Corporate demands as starting point for renewable energy revolution. Read the full article here.
Aimee Barnes, Partner at Allotrope Partners, moderated a post-election panel on climate policy at the Los Angeles Women in Green Breakfast on Friday, December 9th 2016. The panel featured Mary Nichols, Chairman of the California Air Resources Board, and Lauren Faber-O’Connor, Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer of the City of Los Angeles.
Allotrope Partners has joined a coalition of business leaders, environmental, equity, labor, faith, health, and consumer groups in calling for an extension the California’s climate programs. See all the members of the coalition here.
Alexia Kelly, Partner at Allotrope Partners, led a webinar discussing renewable energy procurement in Southeast Asia with Letha Tawney of the World Resources Institute. The webinar takes a deep dive into the policy and market conditions for corporate procurement of renewable energy in the region, highlighting Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Singapore.
This webinar also introduces the Nationally Determined Contribution Investment Accelerator (NDC IA), a public-private partnership that seeks to use the commitments made by national governments as a part of the Paris Agreement to mobilize funding for renewable energy deployment in emerging markets.
The full webinar is available here:
Making Markets: Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement Outlook and Opportunities in Southeast Asia
As a part of 7th Annual Clean Energy Ministerial in San Francisco, Allotrope Partners’ Nationally Determined Contribution Investment Accelerator was featured in the White House Fact Sheet.
More information on the NDC IA is available on our website here.
More detailed information on the Clean Energy Investment Accelerator is available here:
CEIA Design Proposal