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The current energy crisis underscores the urgency to scale up green infrastructure investment.
This week, the G20 Heads of State and Government Summit was held in Bali, Indonesia. The Summit had the world’s attention, as we looked to G20 Leaders to tackle the multiple challenges of the war in Ukraine, increasing inflation and the global economic slowdown, and climate change.
GI Hub’s Sam Barr, explores why the time has come for a long-term approach to investment in health infrastructure.
This is a testament to multilateralism, even in challenging times
The Global Infrastructure Hub welcomes yesterday’s launch of the G20’s Pandemic Fund to address pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, particularly in vulnerable countries.
At COP27 this week, GI Hub CEO, Marie Lam-Frendo moderated a panel session on Accelerating, Targeting, and Blending Sustainable Investment at the Sustainable Markets Initiative Terra Carta Action Forum.
Green investment in infrastructure outside of renewables is limited. While renewables represent almost 90% of total green private investments in infrastructure projects, green investment in other sectors only represent 14%.
During COP27, our guest authors from WAPPP, CPCS Transcom Ltd and Princeton University explore recommendations for integrating and mainstreaming three climate-related risks.
The Global BIM Network collaborates to co-develop and host an online, open-access knowledge base of resources from governments and organisations championing BIM in public sector construction and infrastructure projects.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) platform takes a holistic approach to financing support for the development and deployment of technology for infrastructure projects. This support is in the form of knowledge, networks, capital, innovation services and regulatory dialogue with members, investment leads, and clients.
AreA is a platform designed to change the way renewable energy is procured in developing countries, created by Greenmap , a non-profit organisation aimed at scaling up cheaper and faster renewable energy deployment in emerging economies
Future Grid is adapting electricity distribution networks for cleaner, greener energy by cleansing network data to improve GIS topology, reacting to network capacity constraints in real time, managing voltage and power quality issues, and detecting and managing the impacts of EVs and Solar PV
The Colouring Cities Research Programme (CCRP) is developing a model for open data platforms that uses an open-source code for easy-to-set-up-and-run platforms (managed by academia) that enable access to the highest quality, comprehensive national building footprint data available
The Trial Reservoir approach to technology trials has universal potential globally to increase and accelerate uptake of clean technologies. While this approach to trial funding has not yet been replicated, Isle Utilities are in advanced talks with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) regarding a Latin American-specific project, funded by the IDB.
China Eximbank actively uses the People’s Bank of China’s facilities of carbon emissions to promote green and low-carbon development.
Zhengzhou Unicom, together with China Unicom digital technology and ZTE, deployed a 5G + MEC private network to improve the reliability of end-to-end data transmission to ensure that the data does not leave the industrial park laying a solid foundation for 5G application security in industrial parks
To improve economic and cultural connections between China and Vietnam, Chongzuo Urban Construction Investment and Development Co is enhancing the development of areas along the road that connects them by utilising The Digital Management and Control Platform
With an installed capacity of 450MW, accounting for 37.5% of the total installed capacity, the project is part of the Zhangjiakou-Beijing Renewable Energy-Powered Clean Heating Demonstration. It has the largest single investment and the highest construction standard of its kind.