In our latest Global Energy Perspective, our analysis of the state of the energy transition through the lens of the four largest global emitters, focuses on the EU.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has generated four impacts each with the potential to alter the course of the energy transition:
- Gas and power price shock
- Energy Security
- Political tension
This will have a significant impact on investors in the energy transition.
Watch Caspian Conran discuss our latest perspective
To see how things have changed over the last 12 months, view our 2021 analysis here.
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