Green Hydrogen: Hype or Hope for the Energy Transition?

If you follow developments in the energy industry, it’s impossible to avoid the ever-growing focus on green hydrogen. As more companies look to deliver on their Net Zero commitments, attention is turning to green hydrogen and its potential to solve some of the more intractable problems facing renewable energy and electrification, especially intermittency of supply.…

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ESG: Moving from Compliance to Competitive Advantage

ESG is at the top of the agenda for boards and executives, causing anxiety for many leaders, who view ESG as a compliance issue and a risk to be managed. They often lump it in with regulatory and other compliance-oriented functions. But ESG represents more than compliance and a risk to be mitigated. Given the unprecedented…

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Using Business Model Design to Combat Climate Change & Social Inequality

The nexus between climate, social justice, and economic inequality crystallized in 2020 during the COVID-19 crisis. As Paul Siegler, Managing Director at Evergreen Climate Innovations, noted in Clareo’s 2020 Virtual New Energy Roundtable: “the pandemic, racial inequality, climate change—each crisis is a health crisis AND an economic crisis AND a human rights crisis.” As the…

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Case Study: Edison International Growth & Innovation

Edison International is the holding company for Southern California Edison, one of the largest U.S. investor-owned utilities, and non-regulated Edison Energy. Facing rapid change of its core business, the company looked to establish a function to identify opportunities for growth, add value to the core business and provide insights on technology and business model innovation.…

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Disruptive Metallurgy for Cleaner, Greener Battery Metals

In an article for Engineering & Mining Journal, Managing Director Satish Rao went in-depth with Carly Leonida on how we’re helping companies reimagine leaching applications for battery metals, and how end-user demands are driving more sustainable approaches.

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The Most Exciting Opportunities in the Energy Transition

Given Covid-19’s profound impact on markets, we at Clareo reached out to our network of leaders on the front lines of the energy transition to get their perspectives on the pace of investment in energy projects and technology – and potential disruptions. We asked thought leaders across the energy sector four simple questions, and compiled…

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Connected Communities: A Vision for the Future of Electric Utilities

In September 2019, a group of global leaders invested in the future of the energy sector gathered at TWIN Global to discuss the global energy transition. Industry leaders such as Exelon, Edison International, Dominion Energy, ConEdison, and Shell sat down with pioneering companies across multiple sectors, premier academic institutions, think tanks, incubators and investors driving…

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The Energy Industry’s Renewed Emphasis on Venturing & Innovation

It’s no secret that for technology innovation to create value, the right partnerships and business models are as important as the technology itself. This notion rings especially true in the energy sector, where large corporates – from oil majors like BP and Shell to service providers like TechnipFMC and Worley to equipment manufacturers like Caterpillar…

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IEEE Technology Managers Notebook: The Future of Energy

In September 2019, a group of global leaders invested in the future of the energy sector gathered at TWIN Global to discuss the global energy transition. Industry leaders such as Exelon, Edison International, Dominion Energy, ConEdison, and Shell sat down with pioneering companies across multiple sectors, premier academic institutions, think tanks, incubators and investors driving…

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GCV Magazine: The Future of Mining

As the world moves to cleaner sources of energy, it is increasingly reliant on mining. As the global economy switches to low-carbon technologies to combat global heating, demand for minerals such as cobalt, copper, lithium, manganese, nickel, and zinc – six essential to the renewable energy industry – could rise by as much as 900%…

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