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Can’t-miss Houston energy event: CCS/Decarbonization Project Development, Finance & Investment Summit

A two-day summit focused on decarbonization project development is in Houston this week. Photo via Getty Images

Calling all investors, emitters and developers in the decarbonization space.

When: Monday, July 24, from 8 am to 6:30 pm, and Tuesday, July 25, from 8 am to 3 pm

Where: Hilton Houston Post Oak by the Galleria (2001 Post Oak Blvd)

Price: $1,995 for full summit access

Who: Professionals within project development, emitters, providers of tax equity, development capital, and cash equity in the energy industry

Learn more and register.

Infocast’s CCS/Decarbonization Project Development, Finance & Investment Summit will bring together project developers, emitters, providers of tax equity, development capital and cash equity to explain the latest developments, showcase critical market information, and provide an “inside view” from the perspectives of all the players in these deals.

What to expect from the summit:

  • Learn how your project can take maximum advantage of ALL available federal and state programs and incentives – including those in the IRA And IIJA
  • Get detailed business case information on the latest Direct Air Capture and emissions capture decarbonization projects
  • Hear from emitters on their needs and what they are looking for in CCS/decarbonization projects
  • Understand the critical elements in structuring these projects to attract tax equity, development capital and cash equity financing
  • Receive a detailed briefing from tax equity, cash equity and development capital providers on how they will assess potential investments in this brand-new asset class

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LiNova will use the funds to advance its polymer cathode battery technology. Photo via Getty Images

A California startup that's revolutionizing polymer cathode battery technology has announced its series A round of funding with support from Houston-based energy transition leaders.

LiNova Energy Inc. closed a $15.8 million series A round led by Catalus Capital. Saft, a subsidiary of TotalEnergies, which has its US HQ in Houston, and Houston-based Chevron Technology Ventures, also participated in the round with a coalition of other investors.

LiNova will use the funds with its polymer cathode battery to advance the energy storage landscape, according to the company. The company uses a high-energy polymer battery technology that is designed to allow material replacement of the traditional cathode that is made up of cobalt, nickel, and other materials.

The joint development agreement with Saft will have them collaborate to develop the battery technology for commercialization in Saft's key markets.

“We are proud to collaborate with LiNova in scaling up its technology, leveraging the extensive experience of Saft's research teams, our newest prototype lines, and our industrial expertise in battery cell production," Cedric Duclos, CEO of Saft, says in a news release.

CTV recently announced its $500 million Future Energy Fund III, which aims to lead on emerging mobility, energy decentralization, industrial decarbonization, and the growing circular economy. Chevron has promised to spend $10 billion on lower carbon energy investments and projects by 2028.

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