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BP and Shell-backed accelerator looks for the Teslas of climate tech

Ten corporations, including BP, Shell and Microsoft, are setting up a climate tech accelerator to channel more funding to sustainability startups, which often struggle to raise investment. According to Jon Creyts from the Rocky Mountain Institute, the US-based environmentalist think-tank that will lead the accelerator, investors are so put off funding climate change tech that there's only been one hard tech company in the last decade to secure enough funding to be successful.

Dec 02, 2020 by Sifted
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Solar REITs: The Blazing Opportunity That Few See Coming

I believe that solar energy will enhance the returns of existing Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and also create a whole new class of REITs. The limited number of deals that we have seen so far is just the trickle before the floodgates open.

Nov 14, 2020 by Dane Bowler via SeekingAlpha
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Steve Wozniak's newest venture is a cryptocurrency energy efficiency startup

Cryptocurrency is not an obvious candidate to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Just mining bitcoin, the primary blockchain-based cryptocurrency, emits about 22 megatons of carbon per year (the precise number is hard to pin down). But Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak is backing a new cryptocurrency promising to do just that.

Dec 14, 2020 by Michael J. Coren - Quartz
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Another nail in coal's coffin? German steel furnace runs on renewable hydrogen in world first
World News · Nov 24, 2019 by Michael Mazengarb

German manufacturing giant Thyssenkrupp has completed a successful, first-of-its-kind demonstration of running a steel furnace completely on hydrogen, a development that is likely to further dent the future prospects for the global coal industry.


tags: #renewable #german #steel #producer #thyssenkrupp #hydrogen #zero-coal #zero-carbon #blast #furnaces
Blockchain could be the missing link in the renewable energy revolution
Green Industry News · Aug 23, 2019 by World Economic Forum

An estimated €231 billion is spent annually on energy efficiency (EE) investments - but tapping the full potential of EE will require at least four times as much investment. This finance gap is slowing down the energy transition we need.


tags: #world-economic-forum #wef #davos #klaus-schwab #globalization #globalization40 #globalization4 #globalization-four #what-does-globalization-mean-

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BP and Shell-backed accelerator looks for the Teslas of climate tech

Ten corporations, including BP, Shell and Microsoft, are setting up a climate tech accelerator to channel more funding to sustainability startups, which often struggle to raise investment. According to Jon Creyts from the Rocky Mountain Institute, the US-based environmentalist think-tank that will lead the accelerator, investors are so put off funding climate change tech that there's only been one hard tech company in the last decade to secure enough funding to be successful.

Dec 02, 2020 by Sifted
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Another nail in coal's coffin? German steel furnace runs on renewable hydrogen in world first

German manufacturing giant Thyssenkrupp has completed a successful, first-of-its-kind demonstration of running a steel furnace completely on hydrogen, a development that is likely to further dent the future prospects for the global coal industry.

Nov 24, 2019 by Michael Mazengarb
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Blockchain could be the missing link in the renewable energy revolution

An estimated €231 billion is spent annually on energy efficiency (EE) investments - but tapping the full potential of EE will require at least four times as much investment. This finance gap is slowing down the energy transition we need.

Aug 23, 2019 by World Economic Forum
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