Climate change is now much more than a corporate social responsibility issue. Companies in all sectors have a responsibility to do business in a greener and more sustainable way. At Baringa, we are uniquely positioned to be able to help you with the end-to-end approach to tackling the climate change agenda. We leverage our deep experience across the energy spectrum as well as specialist knowledge to help you see the bigger picture.
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Developing a global energy transition model to understand the impact a transition to a lower carbon economy will have on different businesses in the investment portfolio
What are the key roles of different low carbon energy technologies across the system to drive decarbonisation?
Baringa makes the project financeable by structuring a commercial model that links battery developer, financier, energy supplier and optimiser.
25 September 2019
23 September 2019
Director | Finance, risk and compliance | London
08 July 2019
05 June 2019
Analyst | Products and services | London
13 June 2019
Manager | Energy, utilities and resources | London
02 May 2019
Director | Energy, utilities and resources | London
21 December 2018
Director | Financial services | London
01 April 2019
Senior Manager | Supply chain and procurement | London
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"The impact of climate change on firms can’t be underestimated. Increasingly customers are demanding verifiably transparent green products, and regulators are mandating zero ‘green-washing’ in everything from mortgages to investment funds. There are huge opportunities to gain strategic business advantage for firms who proactively respond to climate change."
Partner | Energy, utilities and resources | London
"Climate change and society’s response increasingly means that investors and risk managers need to understand the interactions between sectors and timeframes in new ways. With Baringa’s depth across our energy and financial risk practices, we are ideally positioned to help."
"Navigating the commercial and regulatory implications of climate risk can be daunting. Leveraging both our energy and financial services expertise, we have worked with a range of clients to help them to better assess and manage both transition and physical risk, and deploy scenario models to explore the potential impacts to their business – both negative and positive."
Partner | Products and services | London
"Our teams work with our clients to drive innovation, align their operating model to deliver the right customer and consumer experiences, rethink the product organisation, setup the supply chain for the changing consumer, deliver large scale transformation programmes and intelligent automation."
Partner | Supply chain and procurement | London
“Our clients are becoming more and more focused on climate change and sustainability and in most industries, supply chain is frequently the biggest contributor. The impact of manufacturing and transportation is most visible, but the link into procurement and the impact of your supplier base also needs to be considered. But there is more than risk in climate change – greening your supply chain can also help drive efficiency and build supply chain resilience and innovation.”