India sets sights on record green bond issuance entering 2022

S&P Global | January 2, 2022

India’s green bond issuance is set to reach a new record in 2022, following an exceptionally strong 2021. Our Investment Banking expert Prachurjya Bharaly highlights the need for investments from developed economies for transforming India’s coal-reliant power sector into a carbon-neutral one.

Extract from the article: "To plug this gap, the country will need investments from developed economies in the form of concessional finance as well as private capital infusion from overseas investors in the form of bond and equity investments… These stimuli can assume the form of government grants to completely or partially cover the costs of external review, costs of credit rating and other costs linked to green bond issuance or tax deduction for issuance costs.”

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