With renewables expected to garner more capital, globally, than upstream oil and gas, all things low-carbon are finally in vogue. The consensus among market analysts is that decarbonisation presents a multi-trillion dollar opportunity for corporates and investors. However, the business models for many emerging technologies remain unproven. This is potentially cleantech’s moment – but will it succeed in delivering the solutions required to decarbonise the global economy?
There’s no ignoring its recent rise: attracting media attention and reaching record funding rounds. Few oppose it, but fewer can define what it is.
From AI for smarter grids, to decentralised energy storage to insect protein milkshakes, it is the new magnet for investment globally.
Join Brunswick for our latest Energy Transition panel series as we explore the current cleantech landscape. Hear first-hand from Cleantech entrepreneurs and investors about future challenges and opportunities to scale.
We will be asking:
What is Cleantech? What does it encompass?
How do we scale Cleantech and what is Government’s role?
Is enough capital flowing to Cleantech from the right sources – from energy majors through to VC firms?
Is enough capital flowing to the right areas required to decarbonise our economy?
Can Cleantech scale fast enough to have material impact on emissions and net zero?
We hope you can join us. Registration information can be found below.
Joining us as panellists will be:
Erin Hallock, Managing Partner, bp Ventures
Dr. Christian Thiel, CEO, EnergyNest
Ernst Theodor Sack, Partner, Blue Bear Capital
The panel will be hosted and moderated by Dana Perkins, Head of EMEA at BloombergNEF
The session will be introduced by Brian Potskowski, Partner in Brunswick’s London Business & Society team.
Brunswick Group will retain information such as your name, job title, company and email address for the purposes of contacting you about this event.