Lost in transition: the findings
Energy transition at speed and scale
The world needs to transition faster to meet the Paris Agreement targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 43 percent by 2030. While there is no master blueprint for doing so, there is much that can be done to move ahead in harmony with other global priorities — continued prosperity, resource efficiency, social mobility, public health and of course, the secure supply of reliable and affordable energy.
This edition of the Future of Infrastructure, Lost in transition?, helps navigate the energy transition with practical, profitable, predictable and people-centric approaches to achieve net zero.
Based on the views of nearly 850 senior executives covering nine industries and 22 countries, we explore how to accelerate the journey toward a sustainable energy future.
Every organization will enter this era of transformation and proceed along its own route, influenced by industry and regional pressures that will impact the pace and pathways possible. The key for leaders is to know where their organization stands to determine priorities and the practical steps to take next. Wherever you find yourself on the energy transition continuum, there are ways to close the gap between aspiration and implementation.