Decarbonization Weekly

Decarb Weekly 8/31/23

Decarb Weekly, by Industria Partners, is a collection of articles focusing on trends and transactions in industrial decarbonization and climate tech.

Chart of the Week:

Renewable energy installations set to surge globally in 2023 – Canary Media

Recent Market News:

  • A California law that temporarily bars CO2 from flowing through new pipelines in the state has blocked companies such as TerraVault, a Brookfield-backed JV, from providing carbon-capture services to industrial customers in the latest blow to investor confidence in carbon moving technologies. – WSJ
  • A study found that if companies paid for damages resulting from their emissions, as outlined by so-called “Carbon Pricing” policies, almost half of their profits would be eliminated. – Industrial Distribution
  • Bloom Energy, a maker of fuel-cell servers that generate electricity on-site, is set to capitalize on the growing transmission squeeze. On-site fuel cell servers are key to solving the power issue for the growing data center demand. – WSJ


  • 8/29/23: Norway’s Equinor acquired a 25% stake in Carbonvert’s Bayou Bend CCS, a US based project to capture and store carbon dioxide emissions in southeast Texas. – Reuters
  • 8/29/23: Redwood Materials raised $1 billion in Series D money to expand its domestic battery supply chain. – TechCrunch
  • 8/28/23: Karbon-X Corp, a carbon credit development company acquired 80% of Silviculture Systems for $7.3M. – Karbon-X

How Wave Power Could be the Future of Energy – Undecided with Matt Ferrell
Renewable Energy Tax Credits w/ Amish Shah – Catching Carbon
In-depth Read:
We’ve Only Just Begun – Carbon Capture Faces Several Challenges To Wider Commercialization – RBN Energy 

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