EFA tackles many problems outlined in the UK Knowledge Transfer Network’s Horizons Toolkit.

(The relevant KTN Horizons issues are in brackets.)

EFA’s local energy projects displace greenhouse gases (1. climate change) emitted by fossil-fuel-burning power plants (5. non-renewable resources, 9. pollution).

We do this by adding smart energy systems to existing buildings (7. Land use).

EFA projects will make use of renewable energy (6. renewable resources) to provide affordable energy (23. income, 30. energy) to community members.

Financial benefits attached to a project’s sustainability targets mean we can provide equitable investments (19. equity) that stack multiple sustainability benefits.

EFA’s established Distributed Energy Projects will also mean infrastructural growth.

As well as a way to install new energy technologies, EFA projects will help develop local networks as people engage in projects (20. resilience, 21. empathy, 24. mobility).

EFA IMPACT AREAS

Poverty

EFA helps reduce the cost of living by providing access to cheap green energy.

Emissions

EFA project’s will remove Tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere.

Housing

EFA provides access to sustainable housing so it’s in reach of everyone.

Democracy

EFA gives people tools that enable them to get what they want.

Climate

EFA addresses the fundamental cause of man-made climate change.

Capital

EFA provides clear provenance onto the ESG impact of investments.

UNSDGs

The United Nations’ 17 global sustainability objectives and where we’ll contribute.

Earthshot

The Earthshot Prize; read how local energy as-a-service will help fix our climate.

Horizons

This tool helps businesses assess their sustainability – read our self-assessment.

“ BECAUSE I’M AN ECONOMIST,
AND I CAN TELL YOU,
VALUE IS NOT JUST PRICE. ”

 

– Mariana Mazzucato

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