Infrastructure 2.0: Investing to create tomorrow’s economy
- September 1, 2021: Vol. 14, Number 8

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Infrastructure 2.0: Investing to create tomorrow’s economy

by Andreas Köttering and Martin Day

Significant investment in infrastructure will be needed to support the transition to a net-zero carbon economy, creating a compelling opportunity for local authority investors.

As the world emerges from a year of disruption and change, thoughts have naturally turned to the kind of world we want in the future. With governments around the world strengthening their commitments to a net-zero carbon future, increasingly utilizing new tech infrastructure, there is a renewed focus on the sustainability of our businesses, communities and society as a whole.

Infrastructure, as an asset class, is set to benefit disproportionately from the trends driving the shift to a more sustainable future. Clearly, the structures, systems and services we rely on will have a key role to play in building and enabling our society’s ambitions for a world in sync. There is also growing demand (and urgency) for upgraded infrastructure to facilitate the digitally connected society of tomorrow. It

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