Energy Transition Webinar Series
The global energy supply is in transition from traditional fossil fuels to low carbon and renewable sources. This shift needs to progress substantially if we are to meet climate goals, meaning that the energy industry is sure to face disruption over the next few decades. The movement towards renewables is only part of the evolution; the development of and investment into the infrastructure needed to enable the transition are just as important.
The webinar series explores how this will shape future energy infrastructure assets and investment in the years to come.
Introduction to Renewables
Confused by CfDs? Unsure about OFTOs?
The first webinar in our renewable energy series is aimed at members of the Future Leaders Network, those newer to the sector, or those working in other areas of project finance but interested in learning more about this fast-growing area.
The Revenue Stack – Subsidy Free Renewables & Corporate PPAs
In order to reach our climate targets, we must accelerate renewable expansion. Subsidies for renewable projects globally are declining rapidly and many European governments want to eliminate subsidies altogether.
Characteristics of Investable Hydrogen Projects
Despite very ambitious international climate goals, global energy-related CO2 emissions have reached an all-time high.
Global Offshore Wind Market
Offshore wind development is forecast to be amongst the top 5 global markets in the next 10 years. With the 2030 objective to fully decarbonise the power sector what opportunities and challenges does the industry face?
Public concerns about threats to the environment are growing globally, evidenced by the coverage of widespread protests about climate change. The demands for corporates, investment firms and asset managers to pursue more socially responsible investment is becoming ever stronger as people look to the investment community to deliver on the movement to a more sustainable future.
Innovation for Energy Storage
It is currently forecasted that global energy storage installations will increase exponentially to 1,095GW/2,850GWh by 2040 – and this prediction excludes pumped hydro.
Bioenergy – A Natural Path to a Greener Future
The growing demand from industry, governments and consumers for baseload power generated by carbon-neutral energy sources has established a need for increased bioenergy infrastructure.
Pathways to Decarbonisation
Decarbonisation of our energy system is a must to achieve the Paris Agreement goals. There are various pathways to lead us there, and different sectors will no doubt take different routes.
Powering an Energy Efficient Future
Energy efficiency has long been neglected when compared to energy supply. It may surprise people but it has provided more energy services than any other energy source over the last 30 years and yet the unrealised, cost-effective potential remains massive across all sectors.