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Er grønne kunder mindre risikable?



COP26: Upscale energy efficiency financing and overcome the investment gap

Er grønne kunder med grønne aktiver mindre risikable? Er energirenoverede bygninger mere værdifulde?

Bliv klogere, når vores kollega Carsten Glenting præsenterer de seneste resultater fra Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group ‘EEFIG’ på COP26 side-eventen “Upscale energy efficiency financing – identifying and overcoming the investment gap”.

Det drejer sig om sammenhængen mellem energirenovering, kreditrisiko og aktivværdier.

Diskussionen blev afholdt torsdag den 4. november kl. 17-18 CET.


Moderator: CEO for Climate Strategy & Partners, Peter Sweatman

Eero Ailio, Adviser- Energy Transition and Local Governance, DG ENER
Juan Alario, Senior Advisor, Financial Instruments, GNE Finance
Carsten Glenting, Head of Strategy, Economics and Finance · Viegand Maagøe
Isidoro Tapia, Senior Economist, EIB
Axel Ehrmann, Head of Life Insurance, Financing Department, Alllianz
Dr. Andreas Hermelink, Director in the Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment, Guidehouse
Hadrien Michel, Policy Officer, Energy Efficiency, EU Commission

Se hele oplægget her

Carsten Glenting om hvor man kan starte:

Many financial institutions, asset managers, and pension funds are signing up to voluntary sector-based initiatives on decarbonisation of their portfolio. Furthermore the EU taxonomy on sustainable finance will require them to report against this.

When they look at their portfolios and think about decarbonisation towards 2030 and 2050, a good place to start is the real estate portfolio where they can combine business making in terms of additional lending for energy renovations with asset improvements.

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Carsten Glenting Viegand Maagøe

Carsten Glenting

Partner, Chef for strategi, samfundsøkonomi og finansiering

Mobil: +45 21 64 34 89