With the world's largest report on climate change published this week by IPCC, we can’t help but be aware of the stark challenges that lie before us. 

We believe that in order to meet these challenges and achieve Net Zero we should not only be looking to replace traditional fossil fuel energy sources with renewables, but also be building efficiencies into the way we consume energy as a society. 

“The cleanest or greenest energy is the energy that is never used. By implementing efficiencies in the way we generate or consume energy we will can contribute enormously to meeting our Net Zero targets” commented Jonathan Parr, CFA, fund manager for Triple Point Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Company plc (TEEC).