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New Markets Opportunity Workshop

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New Market Opportunity in the Low Carbon Economy

The global market for Low Carbon goods and services and environmental technologies is valued at some £4.3tn p.a.

In a recently published report global Asset Management leader Schroders stressed the importance of investment in climate change adaptation and mitigation measures to manage business risk. As the pressure for investment in these essential measures increases, new market opportunities are created as identified in a ecent report to the Government’s Committee for Climate Change prepared by AEA Ricardo:
UK business opportunities of moving to a low-carbon economy

The report considers:

  • the size of the market opportunity for UK businesses in 2030 and 2050

  • the barriers to UK business capturing a larger share of the global market

  • the opportunity to increase the UK’s share of future global markets in a range of areas including:

  • Energy production

  • Energy efficiency

  • Low carbon vehicles

  • Flood alleviation and management

  • Water management and conservation

  • Building and infrastructure adaptation

  • Waste Management

  • Circular economy – reusable and remanufacture goods

  • New construction techniques

  • Health and healthcare services



Paul Maryan, AEA Ricardo and author of the report

Paul is a highly experienced professional who has worked in the field of low carbon energy, sustainability and energy efficiency for over 25 years and has held senior management positions in a range of sectors.


MEBC is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund to provide Technical Assistance on Redevelopment of The Low Carbon & Environmental Goods & Services Sector.

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