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Energy Transition in the United States - How to Kickstart the Project Pipeline?

Energy Transition in the United States - How to Kickstart the Project Pipeline?


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Pedro Nicolau
Pedro Nicolau
Pedro Nicolau
Global Head of Infrastructure & India
GRI Club
+55 11 98620-3494
+55 19 3203-0645
Pedro Nicolau is a Partner and the Global Head of Infrastructure and Portfolio Director for India at GRI Group. He leads the infrastructure division which is active in Latin America, India, China, and the USA. He also leads the real estate activities in India with a local team based in Mumbai. Prior to GRI, Pedro worked for Clarion Events Brazil in the Transportation, Mobility, and Sanitation portfolio. He has a bachelor degree in International Affairs at Unesp (São Paulo State University).

The Biden administration has given a clear message about renewables. It has cancelled the Keystone pipeline and has rejoined the Paris climate accord.  A movement started in the past years, private equity and pension funds are still positioned as the big players in renewable energy assets. Will the traditional oil & gas companies be seeking to diversify into renewable energy assets?

The investment opportunities in the US include wind and solar, hydrogen and carbon capture, electrolyzing technology (for hydrogen production) and electric vehicles (and charging networks for such vehicles). Will the developers, investors, fund managers and debt providers play a bigger role in this game?

Energy Transition in the United States

How to Kickstart the Project Pipeline?

  • Wind and solar - Too competitive or yet a clear room for newcomers?
  • Hydrogen and carbon capture - Still a distant dream? Can electrolyzing technology (for hydrogen production) be the next boom for investors?
  • Electric vehicles and charging networks - Can this take off in the USA?

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