The US’s $369bn climate act is a "game changer" in terms of size and could lure clean energy investors away from Europe.
US regulators are making a point of going after corporations that invest in companies where there is a perceived competitive overlap.
China has a policy of superclusters to drive growth and is increasingly incorporating corporate venture capital initiatives into these clusters.
The UK government aims to leverage institutional investment including potentially in corporate vehicles.
Corporate investors have a new financial incentive to invest in renewables and climate technologies that often proved economically unviable in the past.
Researchers or investors could face jail terms if they work with someone they “ought to know” is under the direction of a foreign power.
The startup must engage in one of the 14 target industries.
A decade's focus on digitalisation leaves physical assets vulnerable.
Minority corporate venturing investments in the UK could be caught by forthcoming regulation if they bring 'control' in sensitive sectors.