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65. Our Predictions for 2022 - Redefining Energy podcast
- Jan 3, 2022 12:41 pm GMT
Happy new year 2022 to all our listeners. In this Episode, its Nostradamus vs. Cassandra all over again: Laurent and Gerard review their 2021 predictions (Episode 42) and look forward to the future. How accurate were our two co-hosts’ predictions for 2021?
1) “The Empire strikes back”, legacy players in the Energy and Automotive sectors will bounce back
2) The unstoppable development of renewables
3) The SPACs* valuation hang-over, most of them imploding after reaching unjustifiable valuations
4) The tipping point in EVs production and adoption
5) The renaissance of the Carbon markets
6) The growing leadership of China in the Energy Transition…
Get the result and see how won!
And now our six predictions for 2022:
- The Energy Transition is not going to be a smooth ride
- The Hydro and water crisis
- The decade of geothermal
- Energy High Prices
- Elon Musk (Time’s “Person of the Year”) out of Tesla
- Power Market Structure Reform
We thank again Aquila Capital for continuing to support the show in 2022, and we have lined up very exciting contents for you all in the coming months. Happy new Year!
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