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Moody’s Talks – Infrastructure Finance Podcast

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August 14th 2019 (6.31mins)
Ada Li and Ning Loh of the Infrastructure Finance team discuss their expectations for a slowdown in overseas infrastructure investments by Chinese companies.
MAY 2019
May 8th 2019 (6.05mins)
In this podcast, Singapore-based Managing Director Terry Fanous and Associate Managing Director Ian Lewis discuss coal power in Asia and the challenges surrounding the transition to a low-carbon economy.
APRIL 2019
April 12th 2019 (5.44mins)
In this episode of Moody’s Talks, Mike Haggarty, Associate Managing Director and Jeff Cassella, a Senior Credit Officer in the North America Power & Utilities group discuss their views on the solutions that are currently under consideration in California to reduce wildfire risk and how they could help strengthen the credit supportiveness of the California legislative and regulatory regime for the state’s utilities.
August 17th 2018 (6.20 mins)
In the first episode of our new podcast series Moody's Talks - Infrastructure Finance, Paul Marty, Team Leader for European utilities in the Project and Infrastructure Finance Group, and Graham Taylor, a Moody’s utility analyst based in London, discuss a significant shift now taking place in the carbon market in Europe. Under the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme, the low price of carbon allowances has meant that the scheme has been ineffective in driving switching from coal-fired power generation to lower-carbon generation. However, the price of carbon allowances has recently recovered to over €17/tonne in anticipation of market tightening as a result of the scheme’s reform post 2020. Paul and Graham discuss the impact of the recent reforms, the outlook for carbon prices and why higher carbon prices support electricity prices and the profits of most generators.​​​​​
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