Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have resulted in global warming. Decarbonisation to the point of carbon neutrality will be essential to avoid a climatic catastrophe. Amongst other things, this will require a switch from hydrocarbon fossil fuels and grey hydrogen to renewable forms of energy, such as green hydrogen, or other forms of low-carbon hydrogen.
As a clean burning renewable fuel, hydrogen will have a central role to play in securing the 2050 target of ‘Net Zero’ CO2 emissions which is the shared aspiration of many nations worldwide. Hydrogen has a role to address the main challenge of our generation. Utilisation of captured CO2 will also have a role to play in creating carbon-neutral e-fuels using power to liquids technologies.
Yufeng Wan, Partner and Head of Decarbonisation at Templewater in Hong Kong, says that, “Templewater invests in technologies and teams to provide capital and market access. We support technology firms that are innovating and scaling up their businesses to enable decarbonization. Furthermore, we offer conscientious investors a structured way to engage in the attractive returns that decarbonisation and the hydrogen economy will offer.”
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