Electricity workers patrol a solar and wind power farm in Sheyanghu, Baoying county, in Jiangsu province, on November 3. Photo: Xinhua
Electricity workers patrol a solar and wind power farm in Sheyanghu, Baoying county, in Jiangsu province, on November 3. Photo: Xinhua
Martin Dropkin
Opinion

Opinion

Martin Dropkin

It pays to enter China’s green bond market early, before prices take off

  • The lack of ‘greeniums’ – the premium that green bonds can command – for China’s products won’t last
  • As China aligns its green bond standards with the rest of the world, capital flows will ramp up and the boom should have plenty more room to run

Electricity workers patrol a solar and wind power farm in Sheyanghu, Baoying county, in Jiangsu province, on November 3. Photo: Xinhua
Electricity workers patrol a solar and wind power farm in Sheyanghu, Baoying county, in Jiangsu province, on November 3. Photo: Xinhua
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