More than half the energy we produce is wasted due to inefficiency. Therefore, increasing efficiency is a great way to reduce emissions. We have nine carbon dioxide reduction companies in our Catalyst Fund I portfolio.
What Climate Investments is doing to
reduce carbon dioxide emissions
We invest in opportunities to boost industrial, commercial, buildings and transportation efficiency. We currently have seven investments in this portfolio.
Click each logo to learn more about the company and what they do.
How are we tackling carbon dioxide?
In this series, we look at why carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction matters and show how OGCI Climate Investments is investing in and supporting the growth of commercially viable, scalable and impactful solutions that have the potential to drive significant greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction in different sectors of the global economy.
1: Embracing the challenge of carbon dioxide reduction
Why CO2 emissions matter, and what our priorities are as a specialized decarbonization investor.
2: Delivering value beyond capital
Our approach to the construction of our CO2 reduction Investment Portfolio.
3: Focus on under-invested, high-emitting sectors
The diversity of the industries we are investing in to deliver most impact.
4: Helping companies scale and commercialize
How to propel a company forward faster in a way that allows it to deliver impact profitably and at scale.
Climate Investments case studies
Learn how our investments are helping to reduce carbon dioxide emissions .
How METRON is helping Danone achieve its sustainability goals
OGCI Climate Investments’ portfolio company METRON helps big firms in different sectors of the economy to reduce their carbon footprint and energy consumption
Achates Power – Near-zero heavy duty diesel engine enters fleet service
The Californian Air Resources Board (CARB) has introduced regulations that require a 90% reduction in tailpipe NOx from commercial vehicles, starting in 2027.
Norsepower Rotor Sails reduce carbon dioxide emissions for Scandlines
Scandlines operates high frequency, large capacity passenger and freight ferries between Denmark and Germany, and has a vision to convert to zero emission shipping.
Boston Metal: Steel production without emissions
Using clean electricity and molten oxide electrolysis to clean-up an ancient formula.
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.
XL: 23% improvement in fuel economy for Yale
Hybrid technology to reduce the carbon footprint of traditional buses without compromising vehicle performance
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.