Business Leaders and DOE Come Together at GCEAF to Discuss Path to Commercial Scale for Critical Clean Energy Technologies

Whether we’re building the strategy for nuclear, hydrogen, direct air capture, or other technologies, there is not a one-size-fits-all framework for successfully bringing them to market. America’s industrial strategy will be guided by innovation, and the onus is on both the private sector and government to collectively chart those unique pathways to commercial scale. 

To generate the ideas, partnerships, and momentum that enable the private sector to move at pace, GCEAF Business Forums will facilitate open dialogue between industry, investors, government, and the broader stakeholder ecosystem. These conversations will focus on issues including:  

  • barriers to commercial scale,  
  • what it will take for each of the 12 technology sectors to overcome those barriers and achieve $100 billion in capital formation,   
  • policy actions that are required to enable deployment at scale,  
  • questions institutional investors need answered (including the form the investments need to take) to unlock trillion-dollar scale investment, and  
  • the most critical places for government support and facilitation—now and in the future.  

LPO is committed to leading these important conversations at GCEAF and beyond, asking how we can make sure the policies and tools available to clean energy industry are aligned to drive a private sector-led, government-enabled approach to commercialization.