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Blackstone to invest in African and Asian renewable energy

If you want to see the way the energy winds are blowing, follow the money.

Blackstone, one of the world’s largest financial companies, is starting a fund to invest in renewable energy assets in Africa and Asia. These fast growing economies will see huge increases in electricity demand and renewables can be deployed more cheaply and more quickly than traditional, centralised generation and grid distribution.

You can read about how big money is moving in on big oil territory here.

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