CLEAN & EFFICIENT ENERGY
“Moving forward, all investment decisions should be assessed on the basis of their potential to dramatically accelerate the structural shift towards an inclusive low-carbon economy.”
International Renewable Energy Agency¹
If we don’t break our current reliance on fossil fuels for energy, we’re on track for global warming of 2 degrees by 2050² - with devastating environmental and financial consequences.
The market opportunity
Renewable energy is a $27 trillion investment opportunity to 2050,¹⁴ returning $3-8 per dollar invested¹⁵ and significantly outperforming fossil fuel portfolios.
Our Systems-Based Investment approach spans the entire renewable energy value chain: from generation, transport and storage, to increasing efficiency and stimulating demand from new clean-energy applications, such as transport.
Drashta unlocks access to game-changing solutions.
Innovative flexible solar film
Unique flexible solar film substantially cheaper than existing solar solutions, opening up a range of new solar applications.
Efficient floating wind farm solution
Patented offshore floating wind farm technology, providing a 70% increase in installed capacity in a given site area.
Predictive analytics for EV infrastructure
Proprietary spatial data analytics software using machine-learning to optimise investments in EV charging stations.
Investing in Clean & Efficient Energy contributes towards 8 of the Sustainable Development Goals:
Investing in clean energy could save millions of lives from pollution related diseases. Improving rural energy access could significantly help healthcare delivery.
Hydroelectric power in particular provides numerous additional benefits for the water system, including enhanced irrigation, flood control, and water availability.
The core impact of this theme is accelerating the transition to renewable energy and energy efficiency, and helping to provide universal access to reliable energy sources.
Clean and efficient energy provides significant opportunities for new jobs and GDP growth. New jobs created in the energy sector could boost global employment by 0.2%.