New energy models could unlock extra £21bn a year by 2050

A new report exploring what net zero could mean for the energy sector has identified five core business models to harness £21 billion it believes is set to be unlocked annually by 2050. The Utility 2050 project, a partnership of energy professionals, financiers and academics, concludes there needs to be a “deeper rethink” of the business models that make up the energy market and the regulation which supports them.

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