SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Building a new world


     

 

 

 

INVESTMENT CASE
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SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

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Climate change, a growing world population and an increasing world’s electrification have started to spark major changes in our living habits and the adoption of sustainable behaviors.

Sustainable development is defined as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”.

Our Sustainable Future theme will capture the growth (estimated above 20% on average) in all industries benefiting from the sustainable development of our planet.

We invest in pure players in renewable energies, energy storage, smart transportation, water & wastewater treatment, the digitalization of energy systems and integration of smart technologies.

 

PRICE (USD)
169.35 Aug. 5, 2020
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
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Climate Change is a fact.
 

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It is affecting our lives in many different ways.

 

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To survive, human beings are reacting to that change

with adaptation and mitigation.

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AIR POLLUTION:
AFFECTING OUR EVERYDAY LIFE

 

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WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW?
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A BROAD COMMITMENT
GOVERNMENTS, COMPANIES AND CONSUMERS

 

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TECHNOLOGY IS THE ANSWER!

 

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PERSPECTIVES
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A $3,6 TRILLION MARKET BY 2024

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POWER GENERATION:
A CLEAR SHIFT TOWARDS SOLAR AND WIND

 

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PLAYERS
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SMART BUILDINGS TO IMPROVE COMFORT,
SAFETY
AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY

 

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SMART TRANSPORTATION: THE RISE OF ELECTRIC,
SMART AND SHARED VEHICLES

 

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EVS IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

 

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Electric Vehicle market is projected to benefit from a significant growth in the coming years (CAGR of 22.5%). 
 

Several industries will be affected:


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EVS TO TURN INTO HOME BATTERIES

 

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EVs act as batteries with bidirectional flow of energy from and to the grid:

  • Peak load Leveling
  • Emergency Backup
  • Frequency Regulation
  • Renewable Energy Storage

At any instant, 95% of all cars are parked and unused.  Car batteries can be used to store electrical energy and give it back to the grid when needed. V2G revenue can offset an average 10% of total cost of EV ownership

 

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ENERGY STORAGE:
A MAJOR CHALLENGE, A MAJOR OPPORTUNITY

 

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LI-ION ON THE RISE 

 

 

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Li-Ion Energy Storage Deployment is planned to grow by 55% annually

 

 

 

 

 

For each storage need, there will be a storage technology:


 

 

 

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ENERGY STORAGE UNLOCKS VARIOUS BENEFITS

 

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SOLAR:
MANY DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS

 

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INNOVATION SPARKS COST AND YIELD EFFICIENCIES

 

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Solar Cell Efficiencies

 

Large variety of PV cells type: crystalline, multijunction, thin-film, organic, etc.
Growing cell efficiencies for all types.

 

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Mimicking Moore’s Law

 

While efficiency grows, costs continue to decline.
Every time the cumulative production has doubled, the price  has decreased by 24%

 

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ELECTRIC GRID NEEDS A MAJOR UPGRADE

 

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The traditional grid is facing a multitude of challenges that can be outlined in the following categories:

  • Inflexibility
  • Network Congestion
  • Lack Of Transparency
  • Infrastructural Problems

A network of integrated microgrids. By 2040, 11B smart appliances are expected to be deployed in the smart grid worldwide. Provide 185 GW of system flexibility and save $270B in electricity infrastructure.  

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SMART GRID:
FLEXIBILITY, EFFICIENCY, RELIABILITY 

 

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WATER:
A COMMODITY THAT NEEDS TO BE PRESERVED

 

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NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO ENHANCE DISTRIBUTION AND TREATMENT

 

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WATER FOOTPRINT BEYOND EXPECTATIONS

 

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SMART AGRICULTURE
OR HOW TO BETTER FEED A GROWING POPULATION

 

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