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Climate Change

Temasek-owned investor GenZero eyes sustainable aviation fuels

Singapore investment company weighs bets on green energy like hydrogen power

GenZero CEO Frederick Teo wants the company to become a frame of reference for climate and decarbonization investing. (Photo by Dylan Loh)

SINGAPORE -- Investment company GenZero, which is wholly owned by Singapore's Temasek, is looking to developments in green energy such as sustainable aviation fuels for its potential bets, as demand surges for cleaner ways to drive economies in Asia and beyond in the face of climate change.

In an interview with Nikkei Asia, GenZero CEO Frederick Teo highlighted sustainable aviation fuels and hydrogen power as promising sectors for growth.

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