Thu Jun 24 CDT (4 months ago)
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The way we produce and consume energy is changing forever. The global response to the threat of climate change is driving this change and the New Energy system is generating major investment opportunities for more players than ever before. Hundreds of billions of investment in infrastructure is needed, as old coal, gas and nuclear plants become obsolete and are shut down.
What are the opportunities in investment in new energy infrastructure, which includes hydrogen, solar, tidal, wind? What about energy storage? What about batteries? How will these changes impact cities and the built environment – what can we expect and how can we prepare? How should investors adapt their investment strategies to deal with new energy system dynamics, new technology and emerging business models? As new energy subsectors are emerging and the more established ones are declining, how can investors spot the opportunities and keep ahead of the curve? What are the asset classes of the future?
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