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Chief Commercial Officer Heliac

I am the commercial director in Heliac. Heliac produces solar-generated utility-scale heat for district heating and industrial processes up to 200C. The low-cost, scalable method enables heat...

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An interesting and surprising read: The International Energy Agency (IEA) now recommends massive investments in renewables, immediate stop to new gas and oil projects, no new sales of fossil fuel boilers starting in 2025, fossil fuel subsidy phase-outs, carbon pricing and other market reforms that can ensure appropriate price signals.

Times they are a changing...

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Matt Chester on May 19, 2021

This is tremendous change from the yearly status quo IEA reports. What do you think was finally the catalyst for this leap forward in vision, Jakob? 

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Jakob Jensen on May 20, 2021

I guess they have read the signals from the capital markets and governments, e.g. as discussed in the Guardian recently: https://amp-theguardian-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/amp.theguardian.com/e..., and/or the signals from their large-scale industrial customers now increasingly committing to organizations like RE100 and Science Based Targets.

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