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Launching new Business Models for the Commercial Space Market

by Stetson Hallowell

A conversation with rocket developer Ursa Major’s CEO, Joe Laurienti, on how a new approach to rocket engine development can help the growing commercial space industry continue to expand. Read More

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What’s Next in Energy pt. 2: Storage

by Tom Abraham, Meaghan Elyse Lueck

A discussion with innovator and serial entrepreneur Mark Simon, developer of the UK’s first solar farm and first commercial battery for renewable energy, on a critical part of the energy future: storage. Read More

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What’s Next in Energy pt. 1: The Bridge

by Tom Abraham, Meaghan Elyse Lueck

A discussion with Dani Murphy Cannella, Sustainability Lead at ECONNECT Energy, on how the oil & gas industry is evolving, diversifying portfolios with renewable and hybrid solutions. Read More

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Clean Growth in Energy & Utilities

by Max Wolke, Diana Veit

As sustainability becomes a worldwide concern, our industry must ask: How can advances in technology, policy change and behaviour modification help solve this issue? Read More

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Innovating for a Recession

by Mark Payne

As innovators, it’s our mandate and reflex to look past the here-and-now, and see what’s coming around the corner. After we pull through this epic challenge called COVID-19, what’s next is a recession that will demand a new innovation playbook. Here’s what that playbook looks like. Read More

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The Trust Economy – How Can your Business Use it to Innovate and Win?

by Tom Gray

As part of Fahrenheit 212’s Innovator Circle thought-leadership programme, we invited a panel of innovators and start-ups ranging from a recently launched company to a new division within one of the world’s most valuable companies and we dug into what it takes to launch, survive and grow within the Trust Economy. The beauty about drawing on the experience of start-ups is they are operating in the white heat of growth – they have to quickly figure out what works and what doesn’t – but the lessons they’ve learnt are eminently transferable to innovators at businesses of any size. Read More

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