The fossil fuel economy has left us with a global infrastructure incompatible with the needs of a decarbonized and electrified future. Gas stations need to be replaced with charging infrastructure. Electricity grids established in the 1970s must be completely rebuilt. Hydrogen pipelines, offshore wind, smart cities, and the list goes on and on. How do we pay for trillions of dollars of new infrastructure, and what are we buying with the largest capital allocation the world has witnessed? We bring business leaders, banks, and global regulators to the table. We look at the needs of more than a dozen countries and ask how we get this done.