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Demand is strong for sustainable assets and we reckon this renewable energy firm ticks all the boxes for income investors.

The 2020 Davos World Economic Forum has highlighted the continuing divide over the need for prompt action on climate change. At one end of the spectrum, US President Trump suggested that delegates should "reject the perennial prophets of doom and their predictions of apocalypse". In her turn, Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg told the conference that "our house is still on fire" and called for financial institutions to cease funding fossil fuel extraction.

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