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The Danish fund manager has already invested in five greenfield projects through CI ETF I, including a green hydrogen project in Australia and a 1GW electrolysis plant in Denmark that will produce green ammonia.
The picture is changing rapidly as sustainability rises up the agenda.
The Austrian infrastructure specialist is expanding into development equity and has been looking at hydrogen deals for about a year.
The fifth fund, following on from the November 2019 closing of its predecessor, will for the first time be able to invest outside Europe.
Helped by encouraging policies, Europe and Australia are leading the way in green hydrogen. We find out what this means for the energy mix and what role investors can play.
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Australia’s energy minister says that blue hydrogen, where the fuel is produced using traditional gas, would be part of the mix and would enable the country’s industry to scale up faster than others.
As the world shifts away from carbon-heavy energy sources, the networks being built today for natural gas could one day support hydrogen, according to panellists at the Global Offsite.
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Palisade said it has been exploring hydrogen opportunities for some time and hopes to have 100 hydrogen-powered buses on Australian roads within 12 months.
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‘We are confident we can use our capital to help build investor confidence in the emerging hydrogen sector,’ says CEFC CEO Ian Learmonth.
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