New study focuses on next wave of cleantech investments
Two drivers of greater investment in the sector in the U.S. are the recently passed "Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act" and the "Inflation Reduction Act."
West Monroe, a national management and technology consulting firm headquartered in Chicago, recently surveyed 200 private equity (PE) and corporate executives to better understand the evolving trends in the energy sector and the future of cleantech investment.
The report that was issued focuses primarily on the drivers and barriers to success in the cleantech industry. It provides:
- Insights into the current state of renewable energy and attendant technologies;
- The challenges of integrating and creating value from cleantech solutions; and
- The target sectors and markets that are driving capital into cleantech.
Two drivers of greater investment in the sector in the U.S. are the recently passed “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act” and the “Inflation Reduction Act.”
The authors note that “amid so much change, investors must quickly find their bearings to capitalize fully on this generational opportunity as countries around the world move to decarbonize their energy mix.”
The full report can be downloaded at this link.