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Shutdown accelerates shift to digitized, decentralized, decarbonized electricity (podcast)

ImpactAlpha, Sept. 21 – When the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of the world economy this spring, Emmanuel Lagarrigue worried the momentum toward a clean energy economy would be lost. The concern was strategic for Lagarrigue, the chief innovation officer for Schneider Electric, the French equipment giant. Schneider has carved out a leading role helping customers

How a mandate for impact in emerging markets helped the IFC outperform the S&P 500

Investors often meet skepticism when they say that they can make money while doing good. A new analysis of every equity investment International Finance Corporation has ever made validates this notion, especially when capital is scarce. IFC, the private-sector arm of the World Bank Group, is one of the longest-standing equity investors in emerging markets