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CI Technology

Investing in technologies and intellectual property that can accelerate the rate of decarbonisation and respond to climate change.

At Climate Impact Technology we invest in technologies and intellectual property that can accelerate the rate of decarbonisation and respond to climate change.

Innovation is critical to solving for decarbonisation and addressing climate change.

Harnessing innovation so there can be standardisation at scale to create efficiencies in manufacturing and reduce unit costs. This allows new and innovative solutions for decarbonisation to be deployed cost effectively.

Our close working relationships innovators and leaders in their fields exposes Climate Impact Technology to many exciting investment opportunities.

We have an established track record of investing in companies with global innovations and sustainable competitive advantages.

Sector and Industry Focus

Upstream Investments

There is a need to develop new technologies or accelerate investment in key technologies that provide: inputs to the production of highly demanded green products; and that will support scaling. Or developing new technologies to allow projects which require access to water to operate in dry regions or to substitute the use of local water supplies with water supplies from atmospheric harvested water.

Example industry: Green hydrogen and hydrogen products.

Midstream Investments

Solving how the world decarbonises most effectively requires new ideas, new techniques and processes. Some of these are developed by our sister company Climate Impact Capital. Intellectual property specific to decarbonisation including new and innovative approaches to an issue, technology integration mechanisms not previously developed and software systems.

Example industry: renewable energy generation optimisation to reduce capital cost of production.

Downstream Investments

New industry trading models to address decarbonisation such as the global trade in green hydrogen and products that use green hydrogen products such as ammonia, sustainable aviation fuels, methanol need new or additional facilities or systems to manage the trade effectively. Similarly, carbon markets need to develop to accommodate a range of carbon offsets that will be provided through innovation. These present exciting investment opportunities linked directly to the demand created by projects.

Product example: port loading arm for shipping