Title: McIlvaine Insights Issue 159, May 12, 2021

Sounds unlikely but we believe • The most effective way to achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions is biomass combustion in former coal fired plants and then carbon capture and CO2 sequestration • The quick solution to the COVID catastrophe in India is Hi-fi washable masks and it would only cost $ 1 billion • Cell and Gene therapy revenues will grow at a 20% CAGR • A new sustainability metric justifies a ton of CO2 to recover just 100 lbs. of water in a drought area • The U.S. semiconductor production will grow after decades of loss to Asia • Schools buying unproven air cleaning devices may be worse off rather than safer • Nonwoven media developments will have major impact on filtration in the next two years • Sneezing and coughing commuters in the future will be pressured into mask wearing. They call them courtesy masks in Asia • Gas turbines provide back up power for days and will not be replaced by battery storage in the foreseeable future

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