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Communication Services : Interactive Media & Services | Small Cap Growth
Based in United Kingdom
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Genius Sports Limited is a provider of technology-led products and services to the sports, sports wagering and sports media industries. Its offerings include Sports Technology and Services; Betting Technology, Content and Services; and Media Technology, Content and Services. It builds and supplies technology and services that allow sports leagues to collect, analyze and monetize their data with added tools to deepen fan engagement. It also offers sports leagues with bespoke monitoring technology and education services to help protect their competitions and athletes from the threats of match fixing and betting-related corruption. It offers official data, outsourced bookmaking, trading/risk management services and live audio-visual game content that is derived from its streaming partnerships with sports leagues. It builds and supplies technology, services and data that enable sportsbooks, sports organizations, and other brands to target, acquire and retain sports fans as their customers.

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Carbon capture, nuclear and hydrogen feature in most net-zero emissions plans and need greater investment: report

10:14 am ET April 28, 2022 (MarketWatch)

By Rachel Koning Beals

Clean Air Task Force says this demand signal means investment must step up

Most wealthy and developing nations that agree to cut emissions intend to use technologies like carbon capture, hydrogen and nuclear energy to meet their climate goals, a new report out Thursday shows.

It's an approach that the U.N. and other major climate-change groups have embraced in step with more aggressive inclusion of wind and solar, but an approach that staunch environmental advocacy groups worry only encourages more oil and gas drilling.

The Clean Air Task Force (CATF), which collected and analyzed the findings, said the scope of these plans underscore the importance of increasing funding and advancing research, government support and international collaboration to commercialize these technologies quickly.

Environmental groups typically challenge what they see as approaches that will keep polluting fossil fuels in the energy mix. CATF says based on predictions for stronger energy demand as the world becomes more developed, these technologies will be vital to meet broad goals to limit economic shocks and slow global warming.

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Both the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the widely followed body alerting the globe on the dangers of a warming Earth, and the International Energy Agency, a watchdog for the fossil-fuel industry, have said carbon capture and other technologies that support traditional energy for now must factor into plans. The IEA, which is typically industry-friendly, surprised global markets last year with its call for a stop to new oil and gas investment in the relatively near future.

Warming limitation goals were set in 2015 in Paris and remain the major driver of global actions. The Paris pact's goal is to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees, preferably to 1.5 degrees Celsius, compared to pre-industrial levels.

The U.S. and many developed nations have said they will aim to halve total emissions from all sectors by 2030 and reach net-zero emissions by 2050.

Canada, China, UAE, the U.K. and the U.S. all plan to use carbon capture, nuclear and hydrogen as part of their climate plans.

Stacey Davis, director of climate, technology and innovation policy at CATF, said the group exploring the findings was pleased to see as much interest in developing nations as the wealthier nations that are responsible for the bulk of polluting.

The report shows a "significant appetite for advanced climate solutions, and should serve as a demand signal for funding decarbonization efforts aroundthe world," she said.

Carbon capture, which grabs emissions at the point of combustion and stores them underground, sometimes recycling them for new energy, as well as green hydrogen, which could eventually replace traditional fuels, advance all the time and draw investment. They are not yet commercially viable for wide use.

The oil and gas industry itself is increasingly investing in carbon capture. Chevron Corp.(CVX), for one, is partnering with Microsoft(MSFT), oilfield services firm Schlumberger New Energy(SLB) and privately held Clean Energy Systems to build a carbon capture plant in California.

Nuclear energy, meanwhile, remains a bipartisan talking point in the U.S., including updating the fission-based plants that have been underfunded. President Biden has expressed suport for nuclear.

New exploration also focuses on advancing the so far elusive at scale nuclear fusion technology, which by some estimates is about a decade away from broader use. The White House earlier this year held a summit on nuclear fusion.

Davis told MarketWatch that some countries she reviewed are already advancing feasibility studies, or putting these technologies into their modeling of net-zero emission scenarios.

"I'm hoping that the private sector will use this report as a way to signal where they could be developing these [carbon capture and other] technologies based on national interest, to innovate and to diffuse this technology globally in order to meet net-zero goals."

Elon Musk and other wealthy executives or philanthropic leaders have created incentives for carbon capture development.

-Rachel Koning Beals


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