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ECH addresses EU and global energy and climate change challenges, which require considerable private and public investment and new business models.

The European Commission has estimated a need of some €200 billion for the next three years for Europe alone for grids, electricity generation, energy efficiency and industry. Existing approaches to infrastructure and project finance will need to be adapted to the new challenges posed by more technology integration, a trend towards decentralisation, ‘smart cities’, but also by security of supply and changing geopolitics. Another strand will be carbon finance.

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