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Trends in Energy Tech Investment - an interview with Ross Malme @ Bowen Advisors

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Ross discusses how decarbonization, decentralization, and digitization are shaping the energy industry, and how the investment community is responding. Recent transactions, SPACs, and more. Part of SGO's new energy insight podcast series.  15 minutes

 

 

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Matt Chester on Jan 8, 2021

It'll be interesting to compare a podcast on this topic with one from 5 years ago when it was all speculative and from 5 years from now when (hopefully) it's more of a retrospective!

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Jim Stack on Jan 11, 2021

The biggest trend is the advanced non toxic battery storage. Tesla sells their storage by the Mega watt and it is being added world wide. The Australia 100 mW in less than 100 days continues to be a great success story. 

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