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EnergyView - Climate and CleanTech Service

For the financial sector, EnergyView – Climate and CleanTech provides in-depth coverage of the global power markets, climate policy and supply chain details by using data and analysis found within IHS Markit’s Energy Advisory family of research and forecasting products.

Governments, companies, and individual citizens are increasingly committed to realizing a lower carbon future that will reshape global supply chains, centers of power, and financial returns. The total addressable market within this new energy landscape is enormous. Traditional energy players, tech behemoths, and myriad start-ups are developing business plans – and seeking financing – to capture market share in, what remains, a highly fragmented, hyper competitive environment.

The scale required to transition decarbonize the global economy means that there will be more failed business plans than winning management teams. But the winners will win big. And identifying the winners will require a robust understanding of market behavior, government policies, and competitive differentiation.

What makes this service different from other industry solutions?

This service provides access to comprehensive data, analytics and insights on the most important clean technologies and policies shaping the energy industry’s transformation.

Areas covered include:

  • Battery Energy Storage
  • Hydrogen and Renewable Gas
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Carbon Sequestration

New areas of research are under development in:

  • Heating and cooling
  • Geothermal and other low carbon generation sources

Insights on specific themes across technologies:

  • Recycling
  • Alternative technologies

EnergyView – Climate and Cleantech Service allows investors to

  • Understand the country-level structure, policy, size and outlooks for global power markets
  • Track the development of the most important clean energy technologies, understand how they will develop in the future, and the shift to a complex, interconnected energy network, where technologies are both combined and/or compete in order to optimize consumption and generation, and reduce emissions
  • Access detailed coverage of supply chains to identify key players along the value chain
  • Forecast the development of costs and prices to understand the competition between technologies
  • Identify the influence of country-level climate policies on existing, and forecast, energy landscapes
  • Understand the implications to the financial sector of global events in power, cleantech, and climate policy

Who benefits from the EnergyView – Climate and CleanTech Service?

Who? Benefits
Investment Banks Helps identify acquisition opportunity for firms interested in expanding their presence in clean technologies.
Asset Managers /
Hedge Funds /
Sovereign Wealth Funds
Supports traditional Buy Side investors with identifying the potential winners and losers of a highly competitive clean-energy sector.
Private Equity Enables Private Equity-backers of batteries, energy storage, hydrogen, solar pv and wind firms to assess the demand for portfolio companies’ equipment; obtain large and detailed lists of announced, planned, under construction or operating projects; conduct competitor positioning analysis; discover regions/countries of growth.

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Roger Diwan

Mr. Diwan has more than 25 years of experience in advising governments, oil and gas companies, and financial institutions on oil markets, geopolitics of oil, and assessment of the strategic shifts of the global oil and gas industry. He leads a team of analysts and strategists to advise asset managers, hedge funds, private equity firms, and investment banks by providing customized analysis on the oil and gas industry. Recently, Mr. Diwan has been focusing on strategies that investors are implementing to capture value in the energy sector and the implications of the decapitalization of the oil and gas sector and capitalization of the energy transition. He still leads analysis on topics as varied as the global exploration outlook, the geopolitical impact of US shales, China's energy outlook, or the changing strategies of the Gulf national oil companies. Mr. Diwan holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Sorbonne University, France, and master's degrees from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, United States, and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Paris, France.

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Eduard Sala de Vedruna

Mr. Sala de Vedruna and his team deliver competitive strategy and market analysis to developers, utilities, and renewables equipment manufacturers on key trends and market opportunities. He is the author of numerous IHS Markit reports, including analyses of business models and competitive strategies employed by equipment manufacturers, utilities, and developers in the global renewables sector. Mr. Sala de Vedruna has more than 17 years of consulting and research experience in the energy sector with a focus on market analysis and competitive strategy, particularly with the global renewables market. He has worked on numerous tailored consulting assignments providing strategic advice and recommendations. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he was responsible for market research and management consulting at International Venture Consultants, where he contributed to a variety of projects for major oil and gas companies. Mr. Sala de Vedruna holds a degree in economics from the University of Barcelona, Spain. He is based in Paris and is fluent in English, Spanish and French.

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Alex Klaessig

Mr. Klaessig specializes in understanding how environmental regulation, technology, and innovation drive change in North American electric power markets. In addition to cochairing the IHS Markit Energy Innovation Pioneers program, Mr. Klaessig has been instrumental in several IHS Markit studies, including "Hydrogen in the Golden State." He has authored numerous reports on research into air quality regulations and retrofit/retirement decisions on coal-fired generation, as well as trends in technologies like cogeneration. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Mr. Klaessig consulted for Abt Associates, primarily on US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) contracts. Supporting the EPA, Mr. Klaessig focused on modeling the economic impact of proposed rulemakings and identifying noncompliance with environmental regulations. Mr. Klaessig holds a Bachelor of Science in physics from the University of Delaware, United States, and a Master of Public Policy from American University, United States.

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Edurne Zoco, Ph.D.

Dr. Zoco provides experience, analysis, and actionable insight to our customers on the solar PV supply chain and the development of global demand for PV and its role in the wider energy transition. She contributes to a broad range of deliverables across the research team, including both subscription products and custom research and consulting projects. Dr. Zoco has been involved in the solar industry for over a decade and has presented at leading industry events and conferences since 2007. Prior to joining IHS Markit, she was employed by Trina Solar, a leading PV manufacturer where she held global positions within corporate and strategic marketing. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Notre Dame, United States. She speaks English, French, Spanish, and Italian.

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Sam Wilkinson

Mr. Wilkinson coordinates and contributes to a wide range of custom research, consulting, and advisory projects, in addition to continued contributions to the team's syndicated research products. His areas of expertise are solar PV, battery technology and supply chain, and battery energy storage (for grid applications).Upon joining the team in 2008, He was responsible for researching the photovoltaic (PV) inverter market and the PV module and polysilicon supply chain, working closely with leading global suppliers to develop detailed analysis on these markets. He has also been responsible for establishing primary research reports focusing on solar demand and policy, complementing IHS Markit extensive research of the complete PV supply chain. Building on his experience in the solar research team, Mr. Wilkinson established the Clean Energy Technology team's coverage of energy storage in 2012, covering a wide range of topics within this fast-developing sector, including the development of battery technology and the battery supply chain. Mr. Wilkinson's analysis and commentary is regularly published by leading PV and energy industry media and the global press. He has also presented at many leading industry events and conferences and previously worked in structural engineering. He holds a bachelor's degree in math and engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.

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Sean Karst

As a member of the Financial Services team, he provides market research and analysis to clients in the financial sector, including hedge funds, private equity firms, and institutional investors. Mr. Karst's research focus is concentrated on refined product markets, refining, and demand, especially in Asian markets. Mr. Karst holds a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Geneseo and a Master of Arts from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, both in the United States.

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Karim Fawaz

Mr. Fawaz is a Director in the Energy and Natural Resources group at IHS Markit. He leads the Energy Advisory Service, which provides energy research tailored to financial institutions investing in the energy and commodity space. He has extensive expertise analyzing short-term global crude oil and refined product markets, managing IHS Markit's global short-term liquids supply/demand balances, and forecasting short-term trends in global oil fundamentals, prices, differentials, and refining margins. He also specializes in the relationship between physical and paper commodity markets. Mr. Fawaz has also led various consulting engagements across the midstream and downstream value chain, including asset acquisition due diligence projects, global crude and product trade flow modeling, and pricing analyses. Prior to joining IHS Markit in 2013, Mr. Fawaz worked in the Financial Advisory practice at PFC Energy. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the American University of Beirut and an MA from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

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Breanne Dougherty

Breanne Dougherty, Executive Director in the Energy - Financial and Capital Markets group, was previously the Head of Global Gas Research at Societe Generale. Breanne has extensive research and commercial experience, having held senior research positions at both Wood Mackenzie and PIRA Energy. She started her career as a natural gas market specialist with Canada's National Energy Board and holds a bachelor of commerce degree from McGill University.

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