Electric utilities are an important nexus for cleaner energy across transport, real estate and industry more broadly. With electricity demand predicted to increase by nearly 80% by 2050, decarbonisation of electric utilities is thus critical for enabling change within and beyond the sector and powering the transition to a low-carbon economy. How do the utilities companies in Asia region perform in the low-carbon transition? As an investor, how can you compare and analyse its low carbon transition strategies and impacts from the ESG report?
Co-hosted by Friends of the Earth (HK) and World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA), the upcoming “Virtual Roundtable with Asia Utilities Companies” will help you to understand more on the performance of the Asian electric utilities companies in low-carbon transition
- Emphasize and evidence corporate performance and impact in the low-carbon transition
- A dialogue with Electric Utilities companies on the state of alignment of their strategies and operations with the low-carbon transition
- Understanding on how data on company ESG performance can support key public sector and market players
Yong Por, Research Manager (AIGCC) will be speaking at the panel discussion on “The Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy with Asia Utilities Companies” and Jane Karen Ho, Investor Initiatives Manager (AIGCC) will be presenting the recently released Investor Expectations of Asian Electric Utilities Companies report in the research & knowledge sharing session.