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Matt Chester's picture
Matt Chester on Aug 25, 2021

Am I reading correctly-- only 37% of energy professionals saw sustainable energy solutions in 20202 as a high priority and that number jumped to 71% this year?

That seems like quite a high jump, even for an areas that I would expect to be seeing steady growth. Was this a matter of 2020 had too many other priorities for spending and action-- health, safety, well being-- that sustainability was simply the low man on the totem pole and 2021 sees more of a return to normalcy? 

 

Kaitlyn Sherman's picture
Kaitlyn Sherman on Aug 26, 2021

Hi Matt. You are reading that correctly. We didn't specifically ask why they didn't prioritize sustainable solutions but your guess on 2020 bringing different priorities to the surface is a good one.

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