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Funding boost for the energy sector on ice

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By Chris Rowland

Published: June 12 2011 07: 16 | _Last_modificated_: 12 June 2011 07: 16

Institutional investors expect the Government of the United Kingdom, to announce its proposals for the reform of the electricity market market before the intensification of the funds associated with the UK power sector. Amounting to ? 100 billion ($164bn) is required to uninstall karbonisieren achieving power generation and its goals for cutting greenhouse gases over the next 10 years for the United Kingdom. While ? 100 billion investment is large, it is to ensure no impossible sum. About two-thirds can be assumed from institutionally managed funds, and a third of commercial banks come. A displacement of less than 0.2 percent of worldwide assets at ? 40 have done over a period of 10 years, resources for the UK energy sector institutionally managed. But deliver what investors want government proposals?

Institutional investors have financed large-step up investments in the past in the UK utility sector. Today, institutional investors see UK as to invest a reasonable place, rules for renewable investment, which still pay off will warm to to uninstall karbonisieren the cross-party drive power generation and commitment for grandfather. This is a good sign, but it is far from clear investors financing the UK energy industry will remain comfortable. In the context of nuclear projects obstacles after tsunami problems in Japanese Fukushima Daiichi, Kohlenstoffneutrale power generation is a major challenge.

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