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PE Live: Low-carbon technologies gaining momentum

Green hydrogen and CCS can replicate progress of renewables but only with supportive government policy

Multiple pathways to achieving net-zero are opening up but emerging technologies will need supportive government policies to succeed at scale, according to panellists at a PE Live event entitled Is Bill Gates Right on Climate Change?  “I am very confident in technology, innovation and in our ability, and we have shown it in the past, to scale up,” says Stan Knez, chief technology officer at France-based Technip Energies.  “And once we scale up and we get the policies to match, we get to that point where the market can take over. And once you get mass deployment, the costs just plummet because everything falls behind it. But getting the policy behind the technology to get the markets operat

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