Shell Ventures intends to invest the capital over the next six years to support energy technology startups and scale-ups.

UK-listed energy group Shell has set up a dedicated $1.4bn corporate venturing fund to invest in “innovative companies” working towards accelerating the energy transition. Geert van de Wouw, managing director of Shell Ventures, said the fund would be deployed over the next six years to support startups and scale-ups. “In line with Shell’s efforts to…

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James Mawson

James Mawson is founder and chief executive of Global Venturing.