Investors remain ready to back renewable projects, survey finds

Sydney headquartered MinterEllison has released a wide-ranging international survey that found that renewable energy investors stand ready to increase their activities in the next two years. Australian renewable greenfield projects are particularly attractive, with U.S. investors most likely to play an increasingly active role in the marketplace. Sydney headquartered MinterEllison has released a wide-ranging international survey that found that renewable energy investors stand ready to increase their activities in the next two years. Australian renewable greenfield projects are particularly sought after, with U.S. investors most likely to play an increasingly active role in the marketplace. The report, which surveyed 100 Australian and international renewable energy investors, found that 68% of Australian and foreign investors will increase their investments in Australia’s renewable sector in the coming year. 22% of investors reported that they would continue with their current portfolio, and none of the respondents are planning to reduce their investments. These results are clear evidence of the local and international confidence in the potential of renewables in Australia.

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