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Transformational growth and opportunities
From start-ups to large corporations and national governments, organisations worldwide are embracing cleantech as a means of growth, efficiency and competitive advantage. Will you be a part of the next industrial revolution?
Tap into our knowledge and industry on emerging and expanding cleantech issues:
- Electric vehicles are moving into the fast lane
Battery-powered electric vehicles (EV) are poised to change the social, political and economic landscape – while also transforming existing vehicle manufacturers and creating new enterprises and business models. In partnership with our Global Automotive and Global Power & Utilities Centers, the Global Cleantech Center is exploring this new emerging ecosystem.
- Chief Capital Officers: essential or not?
Just as the world thirsts for clean energy, companies are striving to provide for their thirst for capital. In conjunction with the Global TAS Capital Agenda initiative, we are examining the need for early stage companies to focus on these specialised skills.
Practically speaking, companies — cleantech and otherwise — should be thinking about their capital base in four dimensions:
- Raising capital
- Investing capital
- Preserving capital
- Optimising capital
Within certain segments of cleantech, the capital needs are enormous because most of the technologies and infrastructure that will power the future are still in early-stage development or just entering commercialisation. This leaves a funding gap that will require focus, innovation and no small degree of determination to fill.
- Answers to your questions, at a glance
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- Water technologies are in demand
In both emerging and western geographies, the demand for water is increasing at rates that cannot be satisfied with existing systems and sources – globally, the demand for potable water is expected to double in the next 20 years. From investors to global corporations, new technologies and businesses are being created to address this global opportunity.
Is your company prepared?
- Accessing global markets: emerging to global & global to emerging
As the world becomes increasingly connected, our clients look to us, as the most globally integrated organisation in our profession, to create advantage for them through our global reach and capabilities. Our strength lies in our ability to combine deep local knowledge with our global experience in serving multinational clients and large accounts.
As such, we have identified the need of key global organisations to transform their operations in a manner that allows them to enter emerging markets to both capitalise on market opportunities while also access key domestically developed technologies.
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