Energy Transition Technologies: Accelerated Uptake

Investment is flowing into energy transition technologies, including a great interest in responsibly sourced gas. Picking what to back is better done with a rifle rather than a shotgun.

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Low- and zero-carbon investors are not ruling out the potential benefits of coexistence of all forms of energy.

The world has come a long way from the earliest days of “Clean Tech 1.0” when the energy industry initially began chasing hydrogen options and electric vehicles, said Alex Rozenfeld, founder and managing director, Climate Impact Capital.

“I think certainly the industry has seen a lot of opportunity since that time and learned a lot of lessons,” he said. “I believe this is the time that’s going to happen.”

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