The way investors allocate capital can and will make a difference in meeting global sustainability challenges and succeeding in the energy transition. We encourage investors to avoid overreliance on a single scenario or emissions pathway, so our method emphasizes and supports the multitude of potential pathways to 2°C, free from pre-defined sectoral allocations. It is applicable across all asset classes, versatile, and scalable, with many potential applications within the investment process. The outcome is a simple-to-interpret indicator – climate change trajectory in °C – consistent with qualitative analysis.
Electrifying the transportation system represents an upheaval for the automotive industry and the entire transportation sector. The upcoming transition will force companies to reexamine how they think about mobility and to develop new and evolving technologies to meet the challenges it brings. As the transition towards electrifying our transportation systems begins to gather momentum, this study aims to identify the major challenges and solutions of the electric vehicle sector, and to identify the parts of the sector with high added value in order to support companies which will play key roles in the energy transition.