Our portfolio

Reducing carbon dioxide emissions

We invest in technologies that increase energy efficiency in power, industry, transport and buildings.
Find out more about our investments below.

Boston Metal

Boston Metal has developed a novel technology that enables a more efficient, more environmentally sustainable, and less costly production of critical metals, including steel.

Norsepower

Norsepower designs and manufactures mechanical rotor sails that provide auxil­iary propulsion power for large ships, reducing their fuel consumption and associated emissions.

XL Fleet Electrification

XL offers hybrid and plug-in hybrid electrification systems that improve fuel economy and reduce emissions in commercial fleet vehicles.

Achates Power

Achates is developing high fuel-efficiency opposed-piston engines that aim to significantly reduce carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions

75F

75F delivers significant energy savings to commercial buildings with predictive, proactive automation of HVAC and lighting systems through a suite of wireless sensors, equipment controllers and cloud-based software.

OnTruck

Ontruck is a digital road freight platform connecting carriers and shippers more efficiently. Ontruck removes carbon emissions generated from empty trucks, enabling a more sustainable future of transportation.

Climate Investments case studies

Learn how our investments are helping to reduce carbon dioxide emissions
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75F – Reducing carbon footprint and lowering energy costs for Mercedez-Benz in India

The automotive giant is recording monthly HVAC and lighting energy savings of up to 25% at their research and development facility in Bangalore with 75F’s building control system.

Norsepower – 8.2% savings on fuel and associated Co2

Large mechanical sails installed on the Maersk Pelican tanker record annual saving equivalent to approximately 1,400 tonnes of carbon dioxide.

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We invest in solutions to decarbonize sectors like oil and gas, industrials and commercial transport. We look for outcomes that reduce methane and carbon dioxide emissions, and that can recycle or store carbon dioxide.