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Talking politics & policies: Predicting the next 5 years of ESG investing ft. Timothy Kim

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EVP | Chief Development Officer ibV Energy Partners

Robin is the co-founder and Executive Vice President of ibV Energy Partners, a nationwide solar + storage development firm. As Chief Development Officer, he oversees the Project Development,...

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In this episode of The ESG Experience, Helee Lev and Ryan Nelson are joined by Timothy Kim, CEO at ibV Energy Partners, to discuss the current political landscape & what the next few years will look like for ESG investing. Topics covered include the current administration’s commitment and progress around clean energy support & implementation, how corporate adoption of ESG goals may affect large-scale solar procurement & pricing, what the next 5-10 years will look like for solar energy installation, and more.

 

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