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Climate 2023
SEC Disclosure Requirements for Scope 3 Emissions

REPORTS & WHITE PAPERS

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Climate 2023
U.S. Climate Policy: The Inflation Reduction Act

REPORTS & WHITE PAPERS

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Climate 2023
Stationary Storage: The Centerpiece of a Renewable Grid
Of all the powerful climate themes for 2023, SEC Scope 3 emissions Disclosure Requirements for US public companies are front and center for Climate Transformed and our corporate community. If implemented, it could lead to an explosion of demand for carbon offsets and a fast-tracking of carbon mitigation strategies. However, does the recent Supreme Court ruling against the EPA put mandatory disclosures into question? We debate this complex legal issue.
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US Climate policy is more than vision and money. It requires a robust legal framework that faces potential court challenges and a slew of differing state ordinances that can hold back the agenda. We look at the Inflation Reduction Act through a legal and taxation lens.
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Research Manager Iola Hughes talks to Paul Krake about stationary storage, micro-grids in Europe, and the potential for renewable energy management in combining battery energy storage with green hydrogen production.
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This session dives deeply into the outlook for compliance markets in 2023 and focuses on the challenges facing compliance carbon pricing, such as European energy dislocations, climate policy changes in the United States and the effectiveness of a spluttering Chinese compliance market.
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It is impossible to discuss the outlook for 2023 without a full assessment of the Ukrainian war and whether supply concerns in the EU are not an issue of winter 2023, but that of winter 2024.
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Is the world finally waking up to the potential of nuclear? We look at policy across the globe as the shock of Ukraine, and a re-think of the post-Fukushima era reinvigorates the sector.
Featured Reports
Assistant Secretary at Office of Nuclear Energy Kathryn Huff joins this session to detail the future of nuclear energy envisioned by the US Biden-Harris administration and the works that are in place at the Office of Nuclear Energy.
Featured Reports
The mission of T-Omega Wind is to create and deploy a solution that will harness the power of offshore wind in a more affordable and accessible way.
Renewable Energy
MP Robotics just raised $91mm for a Series C round to continue its expansion as one of the world’s most innovative recycling firms.
Recycling
A two-day exploration into every facet of the VCM supply chain, the challenges, and opportunities: This 175-page strategy report dives into VCM, the bridge to a world where technologies can decarbonize global supply chains; a marketplace that could be worth $50bn by 2030
Carbon Markets
Stephen Feilhauer details the evolution of S2G ventures.
Sustainable Finance
Cyril Yee and Sam Lefkofsky discuss sustainable aviation fuel.
Commercial Transportation
The EU energy crisis is so much bigger than Russia’s It is driven by a flawed energy policy that failed to appreciate the scale of the decarbonization challenge.
Renewable Energy
When a prospective buyer approached a group that restores Myanmar’s endangered mangroves about purchasing the credits used by companies to offset their carbon emissions, they were told the tokens had sold out.
Carbon Markets
In Germany and Italy, coal-fired power plants that were once decommissioned are now being considered for a second life. In South Africa, more coal-laden ships are embarking on what’s typically a quiet route around the Cape of Good Hope toward Europe. Coal burning in the U.S. is in the midst of its biggest revival in a decade, while China is reopening shuttered mines and planning new ones.
Fossil Fuels
Spiking gas prices across Europe. Complaints from middle-class families from Madrid to the Midlands. Editorials are written about Europe's over-reliance on Russian gas, yet it flows unabated despite a slew of geopolitical concerns.
Renewable Energy
The repurposing of Europe’s oil and gas pipelines for the transport of carbon dioxide for carbon capture storage (CCS) and hydrogen to fuel the energy transition, could cut the capital outlay to achieve the European Union’s (EU’s) ambitious climate change mitigation targets by more than 70 billion euros, a study showed.
Fossil Fuels
Nilson energy is the first off-grid & Public Green hydrogen station in the world.
Hydrogen

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