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Cautious Optimism: An interview with Bruce Davis of Abundance Investments

http://www.renewableenergymagazine.com/article/cautious-optimism-an-interview-with-bruce-davis-20161005



Ethical investment company Abundance Investments was present at the UK Conservative Party conference in Birmingham this week when Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, gave a speech celebrating the UK’s position as a leader in low carbon technologies.

In response, Abundance Investments co-founder and joint MD Bruce Davis commented that Mr Clark is “right to see the Green Economy as pivotal to the UK’s future” given that “over the last decade, renewables have grown to now generate more than 25 percent of the UK’s annual electricity, and efficiency is improving increasingly rapidly.”

REM decided to talk to Mr Davis and find out more about Abundance Investments and how the company views the UK clean energy sector at present.

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