U.S. Investors Lean on SPACs in Search for Energy Transition Targets: Report

Former U.S. oil investment bankers, portfolio managers and executives have formed over 20 listed blank-check companies to take renewable energy companies public, with more listings expected, Reuters reports

Investors are rushing to form SPACs as capital shifts from traditional oil and gas investments to low-carbon alternatives. SPACs have been most active in the technology and healthcare industries, but the alternative energy space is heating up. Read more.

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