Macquarie's Green Investment Group promises 20GW renewable energy pipeline

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Macquarie's Green Investment Group plans to develop 20GW of renewables capacity over the next five years
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Macquarie's Green Investment Group plans to develop 20GW of renewables capacity over the next five years

Many of the new projects to be developed over the next five years will be backed by corporate power purchase agreements, investor says

The Green Investment Group (GIG) is set to develop a massive 20GW pipeline of renewable energy projects over the next five years in a bid to drive the "full transition" to low carbon energy, the bank's...

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