Zero-E to test ECM demand for ESG equities
Equity capital markets investors are becoming increasingly focused on sustainable investments, particularly those linked to renewable energy. The strength of this demand could be tested this autumn, should Spanish renewable energy firm Zero-E choose to list.
The company is a standalone renewables subsidiary, which holds the wind, solar and thermal assets of Actividades de Construcción y Servicios, the Spanish building and services firm.The IPO of Zero-E has already gained some traction with environmental, social and governance funds after it became public in ...
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