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How to achieve Climate and COVID recovery, by redirecting pension liability into net zero services.
Today Moixa’s founder and CEO Simon Daniel has announced his new Net Zero doctrine aimed at ‘building back better’ without increasing the long-term tax or debt burden by introducing Net Zero pensions.
The Net Zero pension concept links the twin challenges of ageing and pension shortfalls, with a solution that combines “As a Service” models from the sharing economy, AI, renewables and electrification with the goal of enabling energy and mobility in retirement to be delivered in the form of net zero services.
In the paper Simon shares his insights into ways of unlocking £1 Trillion from the pensions system for Climate and COVID recovery through private, public schemes and national level initiatives.
The paper suggests that by re-imagining economic and pension policy, the UK can showcase a financial solution to the problem of finding the vast sums of capital needed to fund new infrastructure, new jobs and solving the climate emergency.
Simon believes that this new net zero doctrine can be a centrepiece of COP26 and a platform for UK leadership.
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