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Energy Transition TV

Our experts predict what's ahead for the Energy Transition

We're betting on batteries

Global demand for batteries is climbing, driving supply chain growth, new technology and investment opportunities as companies race to achieve a competitive edge in the sector. Our cross-border, cross practice team has the knowledge and experience to create value and opportunities out of the current market.

Our Worldwide Projects Group came together in Copenhagen in July 2022 to dive deep into the issues businesses face globally in the ambition to becoming Net Zero. Take a look below at some of their predictions for what lies ahead around the world.

LatAm & Hydrogen

Alberto Haito

Alberto explores technological advances in clean hydrogen.

Tax on Renewables

Alex Leff

Alex considers tax credits in the renewables space.

Germany Prediction

Anna Thwaites

Anna discusses the short, medium and long term areas of focus in Germany.


Bryony Theaker

Bryony predicts interconnectors to take centre stage.

Floating Offshore Wind Prediction

Dr. Florian Mahler

Florian discusses the utopian concept of FOW.

LatAm Energy & Infrastructure

Jessica Springsteen

Jessica details the need for investment in clean energy infrastructure.

Carbon Trading

Dr. Mathias Elspaß

Mathias outlines why carbon trading will take centre stage.


Nadia Kalic

Nadia explores the concept of Smart Cities.

Africa Prediction

Olamide Oladosu

Olamide sees innovation on the horizon in Africa's energy transition.

Asia Pacific Prediction

Phil Sealey

Phil explores APAC's opportunity around the grid network.

Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage Prediction

Richard Tomlinson

Richard outlines carbon capture's place in the move toward clean energy.

China Prediction

Vicky Ma

Vicky makes a bold statement on fossil fuels in the region.


About our Energy Transition team

The energy transition requires a massive and increased rate of investment in renewable energy, increased electrification of industry, transportation, and heating, as well as the development of electrofuels like green hydrogen where electricity is not a good substitute for hydrocarbons, and carbon capture and storage at scale to capture emissions that cannot be prevented.

We advise clients on the full breadth of energy transition-related opportunities from a project financing and development, regulatory, M&A, joint venture and construction standpoint.

Find out more about About our Energy Transition team
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