Advanced technologies are critical to stopping climate change—and the drive to develop and scale them is accelerating. Here are five themes that could attract $2 trillion of annual investment by 2025.
Resources & Materials
Net-zero commitments are rising, but the net-zero equation is not yet solved. This can only change if nine interdependent requirements are met with singular resolve, unity, and ingenuity.
New analysis shows how companies can target renewable-energy purchases and investments to reduce water risk and carbon emissions in tandem.
Climate change’s negative effects are coming to bear on high-priority philanthropic issues. More and better funding can protect vulnerable stakeholders and speed the net-zero transition.
Utilities, traders, and large power consumers face significant challenges addressing the next normal.
As industrial companies—especially in process industries—strive for a zero-carbon future, a time-tested approach shows renewed value in helping reduce carbon by up to one-third in three to five years.
Ten strategic moves can help the power sector play a pivotal role in reducing carbon emissions.
While underground mining methods show higher cost than open pit, their complexity almost always means that there is opportunity in both productivity and cost improvement.
Utilities used to own the entire value chain, from energy generation over transmission and distribution grids to retail, until the regulation and market environment changed and new competitors entered. To survive and thrive, both incumbents and new players will need to continuously revisit portfolios.
As millions of electric vehicles hit the roads in the next decade, the need for fast charging will grow rapidly. To win in this already competitive market, providers must differentiate themselves.