The Energy Current is a podcast series by management consulting firm Oliver Wyman that takes listeners on a journey to uncover the challenges and opportunities facing the energy sector to ensure a sustainable future. Discussions will provide insights and analysis on topics related to the Energy Transition, like implementing sustainable and environmentally friendly sources of energy, adopting a customer-centric approach, ensuring access to capital, and fostering new technologies and business models.
The Hype Around Hydrogen: Part 1
Welcome back to the Energy Current Podcast, a series featuring conversations with industry leaders shaping the energy industry and related sectors. In this episode, Oliver Wyman Energy and Natural Resources Practice Partners Christine Oumansour and Alexander Lesch sit down with Andreas Wagner, Hydrogen lead at the Energy Transitions Commission to discuss how hydrogen can play a role in achieving net-zero goals and some of the key challenges on the path forward.
As the world continues to implement a variety of clean energy solutions, with the goal of moving towards a net-zero economy, there are many debates around the efficacy of certain solutions. In the hydrogen space, this is present in the differences between blue and green hydrogen and their longer-term implications. This episode explores the critical development opportunities of hydrogen clusters, as well as hydrogen production, storage, transport, and end-use.
The Path to Paris
Welcome to the Energy Current Podcast series, featuring conversations with industry leaders shaping the energy industry and related sectors. In this episode, join David Knipe, Christian Edelmann, and James Davis as they discuss how Europe's companies are progressing in their action on climate change.
The 2015 Paris agreement to limit global warming to well below 2°C, preferably 1.5°C, was a landmark in the fight against climate change.
Our research with CDP Europe analyzes data from nearly 1,000 of the largest companies in Europe, worth around 80 percent of the region's market capitalization. It looks at the progress made by companies in reducing emissions with their transition plans to net zero.