Opinion: Can ‘Impact Investors’ Save the Day for Cleantech Entrepreneurs?
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Different people in the impact investing community have different expectations about what the financial returns of such investments should be. Some seek risk-adjusted returns at or even above market benchmarks. Others view impact investing as likely generating sub-market returns, but still preferable to a grant in many cases, because the money deployed does largely flow back to the investor, and because of other factors.
Source: The Energy Collective (link opens in a new window)
- Energy, Environment, Impact Assessment
- impact investing