The global energy
order is changing.
The geopolitical drivers around energy security and the price of crude oil have the potential to change the ‘energy order’ forever.
The global energy transition is not just a transformation of energy systems. It’s a transformation of communities and economies. We’ve reached an important tipping point in this journey with many industries making bold decisions to enable swift changes.
Thanks to unprecedented growth in LOW-EMISSION ELECTRICITY GENERATION, renewable power could significantly reduce global CO2 emissions and underpin our future energy systems.
Advancements in future fuels like hydrogen as an energy vector show incredible promise to decarbonise other high energy-consuming sectors such as transportation, heavy industry and heating.
Future fuels like HYDROGEN are a path forward.
Decarbonising these sectors is an urgent global challenge – but it also presents an exciting opportunity to design and build sustainable and resilient communities, while working together to reduce climate change impacts.
Sustainability, affordability and accessibility are vital elements of any energy system design
Whether it’s a high density urban community, an island nation seeking improved energy security and reliability, a remote off-grid mine site seeking to decarbonise operations, or an industrial or water asset owner – the ingredients are the same.
The opportunity to
the stage is