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Navigating the energy transition from disruption to growth

Deloitte Energy Transition Study 2020

Energy and industrial companies are positioned for a lower-carbon future. Despite immediate financial pressures, our research suggests that energy and industrials companies will likely continue to prioritize moving to cleaner energy sources in the longer term.

The energy transition is the transition from hydrocarbon dependence across the economy toward greater reliance on cleaner energy sources. Considerable progress has already been made in the transition to a low-carbon energy future due to economic factors, societal pressure, and new technologies. 

This report examines progress to date in the energy transition, the decisions management teams in the energy and industrial sectors are facing, and how the current economic downturn and potential low-energy-price environment could affect the transition’s future trajectory.

Deloitte began work on the energy transitions study in January 2020 to garner the perspectives of key decision-makers among energy and industrials companies around low-carbon trends and strategies.

As part of this study, Deloitte and Wakefield Research surveyed 600 C-suite executives and other senior corporate leaders from around the world in March 2020. 

Measure the energy transition progress

Progress in energy transition can be measured across six channels. Company executives—and their shareholders and customers—are engineering change along these six channels:

• Decarbonizing energy sources

• Increasing operational energy efficiency

• Identifying new investment priorities

• Deploying new technologies

• Adjusting to new policy mandates

• Managing consumer and shareholder expectations

Progressing along these six channels could require companies to adopt new technologies, pioneer new partnerships, and anticipate changing cost structures. While short-term decision-making in the coming months is expected to focus on recovery from market disruption, Deloitte’s recent energy transition survey results suggest that the energy transition will likely continue to be a priority for companies in the longer term.

More about the study

Deloitte and Wakefield Research surveyed 600 C-suite executives and other senior corporate leaders from around the world in March 2020. 

Twenty-one percent of the respondents identified themselves as C-suite executives (chairman, CEO, COO, CFO, among others); another 31 percent self-identified as senior vice president or vice president, 16 percent identified themselves as senior-level managers such as directors, and the remaining 32 percent included environmental officers, health and safety officers, regulatory compliance officers, and business unit or department heads.

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Navigating the energy transition from disruption to growth

Energy and industrial companies are positioned for a lower-carbon future

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