Brendan Naeve Ryan Kuker Edoardo Rulli


  • Governments and corporations generally want to get to the same place in the energy transition, but the path is not going to be linear.
  • Solar and wind has been a key piece of the transition to renewables.
  • There's a lot of bumps in the road. There's bridge fuels. There's power bills. It's all making it more complicated.
  • An important factor in the transition to a low-carbon economy is the very favorable and active regulatory environment.
  • The transition also benefits from an evolving consumer preference for sustainability broadly with the younger generation in particular being very receptive to the climate agenda.
  • Increased energy efficiency is among the lowest cost means to reduce emissions and should be an essential part of any Net-Zero scenario.

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