Hydrogen is crucial for clean energy, but meeting the projected 2040 demand of 240 megatons annually requires a huge electrolyser capacity, far beyond current levels. The 2030s are key for the industry's growth, as highlighted in the study.
This comprehensive study delves into the heart of the issue of biodiversity loss, presenting a groundbreaking approach to biodiversity valuation and its critical role in shaping a sustainable future.
Circular economy solutions for industrial firms
The benefits of circular economy management and its potential to impact sustainable business practices across industries, promoting environmental consciousness and a more eco-friendly future.
Clean Hydrogen Radar
Roland Berger´s Clean Hydrogen Radar will analyze and explain upstream, midstream and downstream developments in all key global markets.
To meet the Paris target, companies need to speed up their carbon reduction plans. We suggest six areas where firms can accelerate decarbonization.
Unlocking Hydrogen Growth in the Middle East
Outlining the key challenges and identifying the key enablers to drive the low carbon hydrogen ecosystem forward in the Middle East.
Plastic recycling: Exploiting the new gold
Stricter regulations and new technologies are driving up recycling rates just as quality and market value of recyclates is increasing. Roland Berger’s report looks at the multiple opportunities for industry players.
Reducing Scope 3 emissions – The next step toward decarbonization
A Roland Berger and Swissmem study explores drivers, ambitions and concrete plans.
It’s time for steelmakers to reduce emissions
EAF steelmakers must focus on decarbonization to thrive in a new era of sustainability – Roland Berger´s publication shows how.
From gray to green
The green transformation of the economy is indispensable. However, it remains a hurdle in terms of financial resources. We believe that private equity, which currently manages around €800 billion of assets in Europe, can act as a catalyst for green transformation and play an important role in transforming grey into green businesses. Find out what real and perceived hurdles remain, as well as strategies to counter them.
Overcoming the uncertainties of clean technologies
Many of the clean technologies needed to achieve the 1.5 °C scenario are already technically available. However, scaling them up will require massive additional R&D investments. Learn how de-risking can support the process of getting cutting-edge technologies ready for market and making a significant impact on emissions reduction.
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