The REA established the Finance Forum to improve access to affordable finance for accelerating the deployment of renewable, recycling and associated clean technologies.

Its main aim is to bring renewable and clean technology developers and financers together to optimise the flow of funds into renewable and clean technologies.

By bringing developers and financiers together, the forum helps increase financiers’ understanding of clean tech’s potential, increase the understanding of financier requirements by projects, and reduce barriers to financing by developing appropriate regulations and policy.

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MEMBERS ONLY Westminster - Nov 05, 2019

Smart Energy Member Forums Meeting 5.11.19, New Venue – ICE, One Great George Street

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MEETINGS

Nov 5, 2019

Smart Member Forums Meeting 5th November

Presentation slides from the 5th November 2019 Smart Tech Members Meeting, held at the ICE in London.

REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Nov 1, 2019

REA 2019 Election Manifesto

REA 2019 Election Manifesto

BRIEFINGS

Oct 31, 2019

Labour publishes Thirty by 2030 report

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