Free India's power future
India’s government wants renewables, and international capital to help meet ambitious targets. But coal-fired and local finance will probably dominate
Peru continues to favour baseload fuels, but has enacted a renewables mandate and international sponsors and lenders are eager to participate
US electricity demand growth has been limited since the 2008 financial collapse, and few utilities have been willing to sign new power purchase agreements (PPAs) with independent power projects
|Rank||Company||Total US$ m||Transactions||Market Share (%)|
|1||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group||9,476.00||101||6.49|
|2||Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group||8,402.00||88||5.75|
|3||Mizuho Financial Group||6,675.00||61||4.57|
|5||Credit Agricole Group||5,055.00||65||3.46|
|6||Commonwealth Bank of Australia||4,733.00||31||3.24|
|TOTALS:||US$ 55,736.00 m||600||38 %|
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