While combating climate change was largely relegated to the background in times of the pandemic, it is now a central element of European and international economic stimulus packages.
The 'Green recovery', which the European Union approved in 2020, set new standards. Becoming the world's first climate-neutral continent by 2050 is technically, economically and financially extremely ambitious. Incentives, however, do not arise solely from the desire to accept the need for change and act accordingly. In the current state of the global economy, the prospects of new growth impulses through a green revolution are more important than ever. But success is largely dependent on the activation of private capital. While the demand for sustainable alternative investments continues to rise, it is up to governments ensuring stable framework conditions to accelerate the expansion of renewable energies as well as energy efficiency.
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