Sustainable Technology

Sustainable Technology

Connective Capital’s equity research has included a particular focus on energy, environmental, and governance themes since our inception in 2003. Rising energy prices, the need to reduce pollution or climate-affecting emissions, and new technologies have driven a tremendous boom in companies pursing this market. Our background and deep industry connections in the energy and cleantech markets have enabled us to objectively evaluate companies’ viability and market potential. Some companies have technologies which are productizable, with competitive price/performance, as well as business models timed with regulatory support to achieve success.  Others remain stuck in development mode, continually missing milestones, raising capital, and unable to become commercially sustainable businesses. At Connective Capital, we’ve become adept at discerning between the two, producing one of the oldest and strongest portfolios among energy & ESG hedge funds.  CC EE Emerging Energy strategy was separately launched in 2007, abides to ESG principles. CC EE excludes fossil fuel investments listed in The Carbon Underground 200 index.

 

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