Energising investment across the European energy transition

Energy prices fell below zero in July as the continent experienced surge of summer winds and peak solar generation – but can demand catch up? 

The prolonged slump in prices could undermine investment into decarbonisation. Making progress in energy efficiency has become top priority for all European governments to curb this risk. 

Our latest whitepaper – Pathways to Energise Investments Across the European Energy Transition – with insights from Climate Investment, will explore the drivers of innovation and momentum in the European energy field.

Request your copy of the paper today to:

  • Explore how to work multi-stakeholder finance to accelerate scaling of clean technologies for decarbonisation.
  • Advance the transition with business competitive energy investments that assure private sector gain and solutions to market barriers.
  • Enable investment stability through identifying the diverse revenue streams supporting research and development.

The whitepaper was produced in conjunction with Reuters Events: Energy Transition Europe 2023 (13 – 14 November, London). 

If you’d like to get involved with the world’s leading meeting of energy executives, I’d love to hear from you. 

Click here to download your complimentary copy of the whitepaper today whilst copies last!

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