Entering the GreenTech Era
A Whitepaper by Halston Group
Climate change is intensifying, and the race is truly on to achieve carbon neutrality. The world is warming and bringing with it a myriad of extreme weather conditions from wildfire to floods. Now is the time to take action!
The climate landscape
There is a worldwide consensus that climate action must be taken, and fast. Events like Cop26 and the Paris Climate agreement have amplified the conversation and driven legislation. Whilst we as consumers can recycle our waste or reduce our reliance on meat-based products, for systematic change to happen, globally we must embrace ground-breaking technologies. These innovative technologies will enable us to reduce the global temperature and ensure our planet is liveable for future generations. And this is exactly what our latest whitepaper will be investigating.
Emerging climate technologies
Our upcoming whitepaper ‘Entering the GreenTech Era’ will be delving into GreenTech and the various sub-divisions to understand how they will drive climate change prevention. Pioneering technology across the entire sector are each, in their own way decarbonising and reducing our environmental impact. There are companies who have created desalination technology driven by solar power, those who have re-defined manufacturing equipment to be considerably more energy efficient, or even those with predictive tools to make the EV transition more achievable.
Our paper will be compiling industry research alongside first-hand conversations with these innovative companies to understand the emerging technologies that are entering the space, and their future predictions for the market. We have collaborations from Lontra, Powerstar, CeraPhi, Hydrock, and many, many more.
Some of the core topics that will be covered in the piece include:
- The current state of the climate
- The definitions and differentiation between GreenTech, CleanTech & ClimateTech
- The history behind GreenTech
- Current state of the GreenTech market
- The rise of climate funding
- Core areas (Clean mobility, AgriTech, circular economy, carbon capture, smart energy and clean energy)
- How technologies are being applied to achieve carbon neutrality
- The trends and predictions for the market
- The industry’s leading the market in terms of adoption
- How the UK is doing in relation to the 2050 target and what needs to be done to achieve carbon-neutral
The paper will be launching in April, but you can register your interest today to receive a free copy once the paper is live. Sign up for your copy here.