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image credit: This week we are joined by Peter Sweatman, chief executive at Climate Strategy & Partners, to discuss how to make energy efficiency measures more attractive and ensure investment is directed to the right areas.
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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Watt Matters is a podcast all about the energy transition and the shift to a decarbonised economy.

Energy efficiency has often been overlooked as a key tool in the energy transition. Talk instead frequently focuses on how to add more renewables or remove polluting forms of power generation but never on what can we do to reduce demand in the first place.

By using energy more efficiently, we can reduce our demand. This immediately cuts emissions but also makes reaching renewable energy targets significantly easier and cheaper.

This week we are joined by Peter Sweatman, chief executive at Climate Strategy & Partners. Peter is a former JP Morgan executive but has worked in the energy efficiency sector for over a decade.

In our discussion, we touch on why energy efficiency is a vital element of the energy transition and how best to mobilise investment to energy efficiency solutions so that everyone can benefit. We hope you enjoy the show.

Listen and subscribe to Watt Matters wherever you get podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @WattMattersPod or email us at show@wattmatterspodcast.com. You can also find FORESIGHT Climate & Energy on LinkedIn.

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