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Analysis of the Financing Efficiency of China’s Listed New Energy Companies under the Goal of Peak Carbon Emissions and Carbon Neutrality

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DOI: 10.23977/ferm.2023.061115 | Downloads: 35 | Views: 430


Yiting Zhang 1, Xianghan Cao 1


1 Department of Business, Xianda College of Economics & Humanities Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai, China

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Xianghan Cao


Among the new energy enterprises strongly supported by China, there are many emerging products involved, so they will require a large amount of research and operation funds, which involves the financing problem of enterprises. Among the numerous research objects, financing efficiency has become one of the important factors. If enterprises want to become leaders in the industry, they must have high financing efficiency. Researchers have analysed the efficiency of corporate financing from different dimensions and levels, and have achieved a series of impressive research results. This article provides an example of 182 new energy listed companies, analysing and exploring their financing efficiency from the following micro data: financial expenses, proportion of non-tradable shares, total corporate funds, equity concentration, and shareholding ratio of the largest shareholder. The article uses the DEA-Logit model to study the impact of various factors on financing efficiency and draw conclusions. The research results indicate that, except for the positive impact of an increase in total assets on a company's financing efficiency, other factors such as shareholder equity ratio, equity concentration, non-tradable share ratio, and financial expenses have a negative impact on financing efficiency. Finally, based on the results of data analysis and combined with the actual situation, we propose micro and macro suggestions for the financing situation of new energy listed companies.


Double Carbon Policy, Financing Efficiency, Listed New Energy Companies, Logistic Regression Model


Yiting Zhang, Xianghan Cao, Analysis of the Financing Efficiency of China’s Listed New Energy Companies under the Goal of Peak Carbon Emissions and Carbon Neutrality. Financial Engineering and Risk Management (2023) Vol. 6: 109-116. DOI:


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