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Globuc selects top 10 companies with innovative technologies worth investing in to achieve net-zero targets


Globuc selects top 10 companies with innovative technologies worth investing in to achieve net-zero targets

According to the 2021 IEA report, Financing Clean Energy Transitions in Emerging and Developing Economies, annual clean energy investment will need to increase by more than seven times, to over USD 1 trillion by 2030 if global net-zero emissions are to be reached by 2050.

Globuc’s analytical team has conducted research and selected some of the most cutting-edge solutions provided by the innovative companies that tackle the decarbonisation and energy transition challenges, from energy storage to CCUS in the the oil&gas, renewables, and petrochemical sectors to help decarbonise and achieve net-zero. 

The solutions outlined in the report are the 2021 and 2022 winners or shortlisted companies by the key accelerators, incubators, competition hosts, and scale up factories such as bp launchpad, Equinor Techstars, TechX by NZTC Accelerator program, European Innovation Council Accelerator, Bloomberg BNEF pioneers, AWS Clean Energy Accelerator Program, The Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator and the mHUB Climate and Energy Tech Startup Pitch Competition.

Among the most innovative solutions outlined in Globuc’s report are:
  • Carbfix CO2 capture and storage technology that transforms carbon dioxide into stable minerals
  • Open Energi digital platform that uses real-time data to optimise the performance of energy assets 
  • An IoT-based end-to-end platform by Energos to automate the energy flow between distributed energy loads and distributed energy resources
  • Carbo Culture’s carbon removal process, by which CO2 from plants is converted into stable carbon that is then locked away for 1000 years.
  • Hyperion Global Energy’s Tandem Carbon Recycling System that transforms waste CO2 into mineral feedstocks, at a breakthrough industrial scale
  • RepAir’s Direct Air Capture (DAC) solution that is based on a proprietary electrochemical device that utilises electrical current to separate CO2 molecules from the air
  • A high-density, low-cost and lightweight hydrogen storage system for fuel cell trucks and other heavy transportation by Verne
  • E-zinc’s breakthrough electrochemical technology for low-cost, long-duration energy storage in physically-free zinc metal.
  • Mineral Carbonation International’s scalable carbon platform technology that safely converts industrial CO2 emissions into solid bulk materials
  • Energy Dome’s technology that uses CO2 to store electricity cost-effectively with unprecedented round trip efficiencies.

Download the full report here

About the organisers: 

The Go Net Zero Energy Business Summit is organised by Globuc, an international event management company based in London. Globuc hosts world class business events for the energy sector, focusing on sustainability and digitalisation.

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