Total investments in the energy efficient buildings sector reached £60bn in 2014, a recent research report published by financial services firm Standard & Poor’s has been able to reveal.
The interest in energy efficiency has also led to growth in bonds raised by companies such as Schneider Electric which issued €200 million in (£131m) green bonds last month, it states.
The report reads that “Investors are becoming increasingly interested in low carbon investment opportunities – such as energy efficiency projects – which for their part are looking to attract financing.”
However it adds energy efficiency projects like those in the building sector are “less established and still raise questions for investors about how they will be repaid and the credit risk they face”.
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