Energy Transition Research Institute

Financing Continuing Climate Cooperation

Despite the diminished role of the current U.S. government under the new administration, climate change continues to be a key focus area for many foundations, corporations, and sub-national players in the United States. Individual states and municipalities continue to develop climate action plans, set ambitious emissions standards, and adopt renewable energy portfolios. Reach Entri's concept paper on how these sub-national entities in the United States can continue American cooperation with global leaders on climate change here.

Financing Energy Efficiency in China

Entri specializes in research on barriers to clean energy investment in China. Our publications on restrictions on debt financing and foreign equity investments, asymmetric polices among the central and local governments, confiscatory tax policy increase risks and costs for project developers and are available for free on our publications page. See, for example, "Creating A Secondary Market for Energy Efficiency Project Finance in China."