Date of Award

Spring 2023

Document Type

Open Access Thesis


Moore School of Business

First Advisor

Bentley Coffey


Green banks are an innovative financial tool for climate-conscious economic development. Green banks sustainably facilitate the expansion of renewable energy and disaster-resistant infrastructure by strategically allocating and growing an initial endowment of funds. This paper explores how a hypothetical green bank could operate in South Carolina and models the potential economic impacts a green bank could have on the state’s economy.

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