What investors should look for in cleantech

Cleantech is becoming a go-to option for investors. Ambitious government targets, a growing realization of the seriousness of the climate crisis and competitive renewables costs are all contributing to the investment frenzy.

And one great enticement for green investing is its potential for a steady payback over the medium term...

Cutting vessel fuel costs: are you doing all you can?

The March 4 headline on the American Shipper website was as worrying as any news of shipwreck or piracy on the high seas. “Ship fuel spikes to historic $1,000/ton mark as war fallout worsens,” screamed the heading.  

Vessel fuel had already become pricy before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in...

Greening the world’s hard-to-decarbonize industries

Electrification has its limits. Electric vehicles can replace internal combustion engine cars; solar, wind and other renewables, plus energy storage, can outperform oil, gas and coal power on the grid. But for many industries, going electric is not really an option. 

This includes some forms of transport. Most obviously aviation...

Why the energy transition needs a joined-up approach

There is a reason we talk about the energy ‘system’. A system is a combination of things forming a complex whole. It is made up of many components. That has always been true of energy, and it is getting more so with the climate crisis.

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Pacific Green CEO, Scott Poulter Updates Investors on CEORoadshow Interview

CEO, Scott Poulter discusses the company’s exclusive agreement to develop up to 1,100MW of battery energy storage systems (“BESS”) in the United Kingdom (“UK”) sourced by TUPA Energy Limited (“TUPA”). As part of the TUPA agreement, the Company has also today acquired the rights to 100MW of BESS in Kent...

Creating a diversified business for investor advantage

Diversification has long been seen as a clever way for businesses to expand market share or grow into other markets. It is a don’t-put-your-eggs-in-one-basket way of thinking, an effective way of minimizing risk and a strategy that Pacific Green has embraced over the years.

Shipping is charting a course to net zero. We’re on board

Shipping, like all industries, needs to get to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 if it is to do its bit in avoiding catastrophic climate change. This is not an easy task... Although ships used wind for propulsion over centuries, going back to sailboats would hardly be an option for today’s...