Clean Energy Transition LLP
Clean Energy Transition LLP is an investment management partnership focused on fundamental equity investing. We seek to be a positive force for and capitalise on the dramatic transformations occurring as our society shifts from a reliance on unsustainable to sustainable energy sources.
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Australia’s National Electricity Market sets record low demand thanks to solar
Australia’s rooftop and grid-scale solar contributed to the majority of the total electricity supply in the National Electricity Market, according to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO).
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UK subsidy auction fails to attract any offshore wind bids in blow to net zero plans
The UK’s plans to develop cleaner energy suffered a big setback after the government failed to attract any bids from offshore wind developers for its latest round of contracts for new projects.
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Urgent call for more electricity distribution grid capacity to enable Europe's energy transition
Europe’s energy transition heavily relies on ageing electricity grids. Today, the capacity of our copper cables to integrate mass electrification and meet higher decarbonisation targets is limited.
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The Wind Industry Needs a Reboot - Per Lekander, CEO, Clean Energy Transition LLP
In the future, most of our energy will need to come from sun, wind and water. Thus, there is no clean energy transition without a healthy and fast-growing wind industry. This is particularly the case in northern countries like the UK with long dark winters. However, the wind industry’s current state is worrisome. Projects are being shelved, turbines are failing, and global turbine manufacturers are loss-making.
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Milton Friedman’s Alma Mater Exposes Huge Cost of Emissions
A study published by academics at the University of Chicago has found that corporate emissions are undermining prosperity. The damage caused when publicly traded companies emit greenhouse gases is equivalent — on average — to about 44% of operating profits.