The worlds global building industries make up 40% of global energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
As the world focus on reducing the carbon footprint, the need for the building industry to reduce their on-site CO2 emission has dramatically increased.
Our BIPV gives the building industry the technology to enable clean micro-energy generation, improving building sustainability rating, decreasing the carbon footprint and creating cost-saving opportunities.
The world global building industries make up 40% of global energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
As the world focus on reducing the carbon footprint, the need for the building industries to reduce their on-site CO2 emission has dramatically increased.
Our BIPV gives the building industry the technology to enable clean micro-energy generation, improve building sustainability rating, decrease carbon footprint, and create cost-saving opportunities.
What Top Industry is saying
Goldman Sachs expects that spending for renewable projects will be largest energy spending area in 2021, surpassing oil and gas for the first time in history. Multinational investment bank and financial services company expects clean energy sector to reach a $16 trillion investment through 2030
In 2021, the renewable energy industry remained remarkably resilient. Rapid technology improvements and decreasing costs of renewable energy resources, along with the increased competitiveness of battery storage, have made renewables one of the most competitive energy sources in many areas. Despite suffering from supply chain constraints, increased shipping costs, and rising prices for key commodities, capacity installations remained at an all-time high. Wind and solar capacity additions of 13.8 GW in the first eight months of 2021 were up 28% over the same period in 2020. Many cities, states, and utilities set ambitious clean energy goals, increasing renewable portfolio standards and enacting energy storage procurement mandates.
As climate tech companies mature and move from VC and PE dollars to public markets liquidity, their capital needs increase. Making the move from innovation to deployment is not a matter of degree — it is a matter of orders of magnitude. Even if only a fraction of companies supported by last year’s $54 billion in climate tech VC and PE succeed at global scale, their capital needs for deployment will be in the hundreds of billions of dollars. Combine their potential successes with continued incremental growth in renewable energy, and massive growth in electrified transport, and energy transition investment will hit the $1 trillion annual mark quite soon. investment through 2030hrough 2030
ALHPA SOLAR TECH KEY MILESTONES
Technology developed (Proof of concept)
Prototypes development and test successfully
Seed funding raised
Partnership Agreement with Curtin University and CRC RACE f
Research partners formed
Lodgement of Patent
R&D Project (Living Legacy Lab, L3)
Fremantle, with Curtin Uni, 27-29 Blinco St., Fremantle, WA, 6160 (40-60m2)
WA food processer utilising AST BIPV (1000 m2 ) 21 Merino Entrance Cockburn
Australian CEC and construction accreditation
Commercial Project (Kelmscott Retail Precinct
2 Page Rd, Kelmscott, WA, 6111 (1500 m2)