International Clean Energy Finance Opportunities

While many view Washington today as a barrier, not a catalyst for clean energy investment, federal agencies and international institutions headquartered in D.C. continue to present substantial opportunities for the promotion, export, and financing of clean energy technologies and projects.

In a post-stimulus world, policy uncertainty and budgetary restraints persist in the United States, but the international market continues to present a significant growth opportunity for technology providers, manufacturers, and project developers. The clean energy industry continues to gravitate toward nations with robust incentives, access to low-cost capital though public financing mechanisms, and stable, yet aggressive policy goals.

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