This report was produced in partnership between Carbon Tracker and the Grantham Institute at Imperial College London. This study analyses the potential for continued cost reductions in solar photovoltaics (PV) and electric vehicle (EV) technologies to displace demand for currently dominant...Find out more
What is Carbon Tracker?
Carbon Tracker is a not for profit financial think tank aimed at enabling a climate secure global energy market by aligning capital market actions with climate reality.
“Carbon Tracker has changed the financial language of climate change.”
Carbon Tracker won the Guardian Sustainable business Award for Innovation in Communicating Sustainability in May 2014 and in May 2015.
This report is designed to challenge the conventional thinking and linear models which dominate the current scenarios for energy futures. The greatest risks and opportunities will arise from more dramatic shifts rather than business as usual or incremental change. There is increasing investor interest in what analysis is useful to test business strategies and demonstrate resilience in a low carbon future. This follows on from engagement and resolutions at the oil majors.Find out more
Fossil fuel companies risk wasting up to $2.2 trillion in the next decade, threatening substantially lower investor returns, by pursuing projects that could be uneconomic in the face of a perfect storm of factors including international action to limit climate change to 2˚C and rapid advances in clean technologies.Find out more
What is the role of finance in accelerating the energy transition? Have we reached a turning point in the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy? How should the market align its funding with climate targets? Join Mark Campanale, our founder and director, to discuss these key questions as part of the NRC Live Series […]Find out more
Mexico’s largest clean energy marketplace returns in 2017, with MIREC WEEK taking place from 8-12 May in Mexico City. Our chairman, Jeremy Leggett, will be presenting our latest report Expect the Unexpected, highlighting the disruptive potential of low-carbon technologies. Register hereFind out more
Will oil and coal demand peak by 2020? Are low-carbon technologies set to disrupt energy incumbents? James Leaton, our head of research, will present our latest report, produced in collaboration with Imperial College, at the Financial Times premier conference on the future of energy. Register here Panel: Electric Dreams: Will electric cars ever dent the world’s […]Find out more
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IEA warns of $2 trillion in stranded assets in fossil fuels. Half of that would be in oil.… https://t.co/uqDSvmaZTX 17 hours ago