INTERVIEW: Investors chilled by noise of European Green Deal unravelling

Published 16:27 on June 19, 2024  /  Last updated at 16:27 on June 19, 2024  / Frédéric Simon /  EMEA

As competition with China and the US intensifies on clean tech, the EU must stay the course on the Green Deal and make sure it is implemented by filling the remaining gaps in areas like finance and electrification of end-uses, says Iberdrola’s director for climate, Gonzalo Saenz de Miera.
As competition with China and the US intensifies on clean tech, the EU must stay the course on the Green Deal and make sure it is implemented by filling the remaining gaps in areas like finance and electrification of end-uses, says Iberdrola’s director for climate, Gonzalo Saenz de Miera.


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