Climate Investments case studies
Learn how our investments are helping to reduce methane and carbon dioxide emissions and can recycle or store carbon dioxide.
Climate Investments and partners launch project to assess potential emissions impact of nascent technologies
Climate Investments and partners have released a paper exploring how investors can better assess the future greenhouse gas emissions impact of the climate related investments they are making.
Climate Investments increases support for SeekOps
Seekops has closed a $14 million Series B funding with increased funding from Climate investments, as well as increases from OGCI member company Equinor, as well as new investor Caterpillar Venture Capital.
Achates Power: Demonstrating a 96% reduction in commercial vehicle emissions
New test results show 10.6L opposed piston engines operating with target-beating reductions to criteria emissions.
GHGSat – Global methane detection at facility level
Methane is a potent, but odourless and colourless greenhouse gas, a combination that makes detecting leaks both very important and very hard.
Solidia: Carbon eating concrete that lowers emissions from the production phase
By changing the chemistry of cement, Solidia has made concrete that outperforms traditional concrete, costs less, cures faster and has a 70% lower carbon footprint
SeekOps – Drone-based monitoring of methane emissions
Scalable methane detection techniques for on and offshore environments, that have shown results over five times more efficient than existing methods
75F – Over 20% energy efficiency gains in a HOM showroom
Air temperature controls and smart sensors that self-optimize to make buildings more energy efficient, saving money and lowering emissions
Norsepower – Harnessing wind power to clean up modern shipping
Large mechanical sails installed on the Maersk Pelican tanker record annual saving equivalent to approximately 1,400 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
The evolution of Net Zero Teesside
Getting a CCUS hub off the ground requires a commercial concept, funding, policies and regulations, community support, subsurface expertise and lots of patient work.
Net Zero Teesside’s network will be shared with ‘The Zero Carbon Humber’ located on the English east coast. The joint proposal was submitted by a group of 11 companies, including Equinor, to create the UK’s largest and most carbon-intensive industrial region.
NET ZERO TEESIDE
Tom Schuler, President & CEO at Solidia Technologies, discussed the new technology they are developing that can turn concrete into a carbon sink, during his TED Talk at TED and Future Stewards’ Global Countdown Launch.
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