CPI’s Energy Finance practice works at the intersection of climate policy and energy finance to provide independent research and advisory services for policymakers, investors, and corporations.
Our work focuses on three main programmes that together drive this transformation:
Climate transition risk: Companies and countries that depend on carbon assets or exports may be at risk of financial loss because of climate policy or market dynamics. We assess the costs of the climate transition and develop tools to help industries and economies manage this risk.
Market reform: A transition to a low carbon electricity system requires new market models that can improve price signals, for example in investment in flexible resources that are essential in the integration of variable renewable generation.
Finance as a catalyst: Financial innovation can increase the financing options for low carbon technology, help smooth the transition away from fossil fuels, open up new markets for institutional investors and unlock pools of low cost capital.
If you would like to know more about our work and how it can support your organisation’s objectives, please contact Felicity Carus, at firstname.lastname@example.org