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    • Monday

      The world's leading ecosystem of funds & accelerators supporting diverse clean energy entrepreneurs.

      Dec 5, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (MT)
      NOVEMBER 2022 Hi folks, As clean energy entrepreneurs, we know we can’t wait for global climate summits to help us scale our solutions. As I wrote here , the IEA’s World Energy Outlook has finally come to its senses and foreseen that fossil fuels are losing on all fronts, and yet this year’s COP27 again left much to be desired. However, there were a few developments that folks at New Energy Nexus are optimistic about. This year it’s all about the money. Loss and damages was of course a significant outcome, if long overdue. Personally I was impressed with the proposal from the PM of Barbados, Mia Mottley, to overhaul development lending in support of climate adaptation and mitigation. We need more big ideas like this. The perspective from the Global South is that that financing is not coming fast enough. In the USA, climate tech venture capital has been at a level of $50B per year. Even greater investment levels are needed for India, Southeast Asia and China. My colleagues Julius Mujuni in Uganda and Ralph Ebora in the Philippines are seeing an urgent need for more of this financing to support clean energy entrepreneurs in the Global South, like the ones we support with our programs there. And another thing: we need more disrupters and less incumbents in the negotiating halls. As our Global Investor Development Director, Mary Jo Willmore, told me: “We need more climate entrepreneurs at COP sharing their climate innovations and being part of the financing conversation”. Watch this space, I say! Shine on Danny Kennedy CHIEF ENERGY OFFICER, NEW ENERGY NEXUS

    • Wednesday

      Event ASES is Supporting: The Distributed Energy Show

      Dec 7 - 8, (PT)
      The Distributed Energy Show will bring together the entire supply-chain focused on distributed energy resources and provide visitors with a comprehensive array of technologies and systems to enable them to generate, store, manage and distribute their own power and heat.

    • Tuesday

      2022 Green 2.0 Transparency Report Card Release

      Dec 13, 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM (MT)
      EVENT: 2022 Green 2.0 NGO and Foundation Transparency Report Card Release DATE & TIME: Tuesday, December 13th, 2022 from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET On December 13th, Green 2.0 will release its sixth NGO & Foundation Transparency Report Card. This year’s report will reflect data collected from over 80 environmental NGOs and foundations on the racial and ethnic diversity of their full-time staff, senior staff, heads of organizations, and boards. It will include new diversity, equity and inclusion metrics, and provide comprehensive updates on progress being made in the movement. Please join us for this virtual event to learn about emerging trends in racial equity and demographic data. A concise, informative presentation will be followed by a panel of NGO and foundation leaders, who will offer their perspectives on how to accelerate needed changes both in organizations and throughout the environmental sector. Speakers include: Welcome Remarks: Andres Jimenez , Executive Director, Green 2.0 Presentation of Findings: Adriane Alicea , Deputy Director, Green 2.0 Manish Bapna , President & CEO, NRDC Johanna Chao Kreilick , President, Union of Concerned Scientists Mariella Puerto , Director of Climate Program, Barr Foundation Moderated by: Corina Newsome , Associate Conservation Scientist, National Wildlife Federation ...and additional speakers to be announced.

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