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Growing appetite for deep tech climate ventures

Peter Griffin
Thu, 07 Jul 2022

Growing appetite for deep tech climate ventures
B.spkl co-founder Dr Jerome Leveneur. (Image: Creative HQ)
Peter Griffin
Thu, 07 Jul 2022
The Internal Energy Agency last year estimated that in 2050, almost half of emissions reductions will come from technologies that are now only at the demonstration or prototype phase.The message was clear – we need to get moving on developing technologies like advanced batteries, electrolysers for hydrogen and direct air capture, and storage systems that can contribute to emissions cuts beyond the massive shift to renewable energy that's more urgently needed.Our startup community is best known for creating great SaaS (software as...

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