Capitas Finance and Alfa Combine on Energy Efficiency Paper
Towards energy resilience: closing the efficiency gap explains the powerful drivers for businesses to cut their greenhouse gas emissions and underlying energy use – and the equally powerful barriers preventing them from implementing decarbonisation projects.
Capitas Finance specialises in financing low-carbon energy solutions and on-site generation for carbon-conscious businesses and public sector organisations, offering a wide range of funding options that are designed to accelerate the path to decarbonisation, reduce energy bills and reduce reliance on the grid. Meanwhile, Alfa produces a leading asset finance software platform, and is committed to ensuring customers have the necessary tools to support green funding models and products.
As experts in their respective fields, they share their take on what is happening in the energy finance space, explaining how new funding models are transforming the sector and how lessors can become competitive in this market, making the report essential reading for finance professionals who want to seize the opportunities available.
Darren Riva, Capitas Finance Chief Executive Officer, said:
“The way that businesses use, monitor and pay for their energy continues to go through a series of rapid changes. Energy security, cutting operational costs and climate targets remain powerful drivers for business action on energy efficiency. Yet most businesses still find that finance is the greatest, and most challenging, barrier that prevents them from moving at pace with energy efficiency measures.
In co-authoring our whitepaper with Alfa, we want to show that finance companies have a huge opportunity to add value by addressing some of the barriers preventing businesses from introducing positive change.”
Andrew Denton, CEO of Alfa, said:
“Capitas Finance provides a vital service in financing energy solutions for carbon-conscious businesses and public sector organisations. It’s a subject close to Alfa hearts too, so we’re delighted to dovetail with them for this engaging piece.”