The green transition towards net zero is changing the energy landscape across the world. This also changes the way we analyse, invest and operate energy assets. Key characteristics of the transition are electrification and decarbonization across all sectors with Europe being the front runners. The penetration of renewables in power systems and technologies advancing decarbonization (CCUS, battery storage, etc.) are both enablers and challengers for energy systems. Further, we know that sector coupling and PtX projects will play a pivotal role in shaping the future energy landscape.

Applicable for all these elements is that there are uncertainties around policies, technology and market drivers which will play a key role in the further development of the green transition.

KPMG’s dedicated commercial and technical energy specialists are assisting public and private companies in navigating these uncertain times. We are dedicated to supporting clients through the energy transition by combining strategic expertise, sector insight and market understanding.

Our services include:

  • Regulatory analysis: We assist clients with understanding and quantifying the economic and commercial implications of new policies and regulation
  • Socio-economic analysis: We assist public clients performing socio-economic analysis to qualify potential new regulation and political decisions to support the green transition     
  • Commercial Due Diligence: We assist clients in acquisitions (both sell-side and buy-side) analysing future developing scenarios for energy and infrastructure assets and advice companies with their investment/divestment strategies
  • Sector and technology analysis: We conduct sector specific assessments (e.g. electric vehicles, biogas, PtX, CCUS) assisting clients understanding key strength and weaknesses within specific sectors and technologies.