Parabel UK and Climate Change Ventures(CCV) are pleased to announce the signing of a Collaboration Agreement to develop green energy projects aimed at enabling Local Authorities to achieve their Carbon Net Zero goals. This will be their top priority, but the agreement envisages a broader application across a number of high energy consumption sectors, utilizing the combined specialist knowledge, experience and expertise of both parties in successful cleantech ventures.
A joint venture green hydrogen production company called “Hydrogen Ventures Ltd” has been launched by Climate Change Ventures and Wellington Street Partners. Climate Change Ventures is headed by Horacio Carvalho, widely acknowledged as a founding father of carbon trading across Europe. Wellington Street Partners, a political analysis company, was founded by former Climate Change Minister, Phil Woolas.
Follieri Energy and Climate Change Ventures are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to develop industry-leading clean energy projects, initially in Southern Europe, with plans to expand internationally. Joint projects already under consideration in Italy and Greece include existing and new service station retail outlets and their supporting logistic infrastructure.
Since December 2020 Climate Change Ventures is a proud member of the H2.B alliance which has the task to “consolidate and expand the technological leadership of the Bavarian industry in the important future field of the hydrogen economy”. It underlines the engagement of CCV in European but also German hydrogen projects.
Archipel Consultoria (ARCHIPEL) and Climate Change Ventures (CCV) are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to provide specialized and integrated services on green finance and sustainable project development.
Fusion Fuel (FF) and Climate Change Ventures (CCV) are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to develop industry-leading Green Hydrogen projects in Southern Europe and North Africa. Joint projects under consideration include large-scale Green Hydrogen plants in Morocco, Greece and Croatia, all markets with potential for cost competitive hydrogen production.
A personal insight from our Chief Executive Officer into a transition from a fossil fuel economy into a carbon neutral climate change scenario.
The world was coming to terms with Climate Change. Some were believers, others were sceptics, but the balance, with some notable exceptions (POTUS being one) had shifted in favour of the view that the human race was a catalyst in the deterioration of the global environment. The science was becoming clear and beginning to win the day. COP21, The Paris Agreement, had set wheels in motion that would see Nations setting goals to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. These were to be further refined at COP26 in Glasgow in November 2020.