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Our Predictions for 2021!
- Jan 25, 2021 10:57 am GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2021-01 - Predictions and Trends, click here for more
Normally, I would do my predications for the year ahead in the form of a blog but this is not normal times!
This time I am doing in the form of a podcast with the help of my good friend Laurent Segalen!
In this Episode, its Nostradamus vs. Cassandra: Laurent and Gerard share their 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
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