Renewable Energy Investing Takes Hold

[] GE’s Energy Financial Services unit, based in Stamford, Connecticut, with European operations based in London, invests about $3 billion annually in the world’s most capital-intensive industry, energy. With more than $12 billion in assets, GE’s Energy Financial Services unit offers structured equity, leveraged leasing, partnerships, project finance and broad-based commercial finance to the global energy industry from wellhead to wall socket. GE’s Energy Financial Services business has developed a strong track record investing in solar, biomass, hydro, wind and geothermal power, and is growing its portfolio of more than a half-billion dollars in renewable energy assets.
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