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Clean energy

Financing the energy transition

Claudio Vescovo
Managing Director, Head of European Energy Transition Credit Funds, Nuveen Infrastructure
Windmill and Solar panels

Energy security and climate change are driving an unparalleled economic shift in the energy sector worldwide, and reshaping the investment landscape for green energy credit as a result.

In a recent webinar, Claudio Vescovo, Nuveen Infrastructure’s Head of European Energy Transition Credit Funds, explains how the current market dynamics investors are facing (including the recent banking crisis) are providing investment opportunities within green credit.

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