Last week EnergyLink Independent Director, Nicholaus Rohleder, sat down with Aaron T Ratner and Nick Parker from Clean Earth Acquisitions Corp to discuss investment opportunities in the clean and renewable energy industry in this SumZero zoom event.
Along with his work for EnergyLink, Nicholaus Rohleder is the co-founder of two investment firms: Climate Commodities and New American Energy, both focuses on the energy transition and climate technology. Rohleder is also on the advisory board of Clean Earth Acquisitions.
Clean Earth Acquisitions is a $230 million special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) focused on climate technology and the energy transition. Ratner is the CEO and Parker is Executive Chairman at Clean Earth Acquisitions Corp.
A SPAC is a company whose function is strictly to raise capital through an initial public offering (IPO) or to acquire or merge with an existing company. SPACs have no commercial operations.
Investment opportunities, trends and discussion highlights
In their discussion Rohleder, Rater and Parker cover topics such as trends and opportunities in the energy transition sector, reshoring the climate economy and SPAC scrutiny. The three identified rebuilding our infrastructure and solar + storage projects as investment opportunities in the energy transition. While it can be risky to try and fast track rebuilding infrastructure like food, water, waste travel, communication and housing production & processing, solar + storage opportunities are a more proven venture.
Watch the entire discussion below.
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