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Financing energy efficiency

One of the key differences between ‘old energy’ and ‘new energy’ is where capital investments are taking place. In ‘old energy’ capital investments were focussed in power plants and networks, predominantly on the ‘utility’ side of the meter. In ‘new energy’, a significant part of these capital investments will be focussed on the customer side of the meter. The energy system is being recapitalised, in part, in assets at customer’s homes, businesses and industrial sites.

In this week’s episode of Talking New Energy, host Jon Slowe explores how finance solutions are emerging with Delta-EE expert Nigel Timperley.

Listen on your favourite podcast app or via our website.

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