The possibility a company has of becoming greener, and its potential role in terms of the general sustainability agenda, have been incorporated into the analysis of almost all companies that Triton considers for investment.
A particularly important parameter is what can be improved, and eventually changed, at the relevant companies, says Peter Frankling, partner at the investment fund, who emphasizes that it is important to be ahead of the curve when it comes to the green transition.
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