Batteries will play an important role in decarbonisation, but by ignoring their social and environmental costs, governments and investors will only exacerbate these problems.
The UK government wants state-owned investors to fund major energy transition projects, but how much appetite will they have for these assets?
Abu Dhabi’s measures to increase FDI levels go beyond wanting to diversify its economy, with plans to become one of the most desirable cities in the world to live and work in.
Football club owners seem unique among cross-border investors in their ability to misunderstand their product and customers, as the proposed European Super League demonstrated.
The UAE and Saudi Arabia are positioning state-backed companies to be global leaders in the energy transition away from hydrocarbons.
Nigeria's healthcare infrastructure is in desperate need of greater investment in order to ensure that not just the wealthy have access to adequate care.
If the government wants to realise even part of its Green Industrial Revolution it will need to attract significant FDI and support the creation of a local supply chain for emerging technologies.
The UK government is to launch a new national infrastructure bank to crowd in investment for its levelling up and net-zero initiatives, but history shows success for the venture is not guaranteed.
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