CO₂ is warming the planet. Today, investment decisions at an individual and portfolio level must account for the need to decarbonise our energy system.
We work with policy-makers, energy companies, investors and financial institutions in this global journey towards a low carbon future.
The investment case for an alternative approach to calculating loss factors in the Australian National Electricity Market (NEM).
13 August 2020
Partner | Energy, utilities and resources | Sydney
17 April 2020
Partner | Energy, utilities and resources | London
12 March 2020
Senior Manager | Energy, utilities and resources | London
09 March 2020
15 January 2020
Manager | Energy, utilities and resources | London
03 December 2019
23 August 2019
Consultant | Energy, utilities and resources | London
13 June 2019
16 March 2020
Director | Energy, utilities and resources | London
19 March 2020
30 April 2020
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"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."
"We are working with our clients to develop the tools and analytical capabilities needed for policy-makers and companies to understand the transformations ahead in power generation, heating, transport and industry."
Partner | Energy, utilities and resources | Düsseldorf
"As a business, we are focused on shaping the future of the energy industry, responding to global energy trends and the impact across the value chain, advising our clients on connecting capital, projects and customers to create investable energy projects and business models."
Poor air quality and high carbon energy use are symptoms of urbanisation. We help organisations understand how energy systems can evolve and identify the associated commercial opportunities which are created as we move towards smarter, more efficient living.
Moving our transport fleet from fossil to alternative fuels, including electricity, biofuels and hydrogen, is critical to decarbonising. Old industries are beginning to interact in new ways and we are helping clients navigate the huge transition which is in motion.
Understanding how we can decarbonise and its associated costs and implications is complex but vital. Doing so helps policy-makers and informs commercial strategies, investments and lending decisions. Our leading-edge analytical capabilities help clients build strategic, risk and operational frameworks.
The growth of AI and spread of measurement and control devices in appliances and buildings improve efficiency. They also create the potential for energy management which more closely meets customer needs. We help organisations understand the potential and build successful business models.