Goldman Sachs states that investing in renewable energies is a commercial imperative
05/09/2019 Since 2 years
Kyung-Ah Park, Goldman Sachs head of environmental markets has stated that investing in renewable energies is a commercial imperative and that the firm aims to allocate 150 billion dollars by 2025 in green projects, that might achieve annual returns higher than 10%. Clean energy Is a double digit growth opportunity she highlighted.
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