agenda in the energy
Extensive sustainability activities, numerous ideas and plans for strategic implementation and comprehensive reporting – as a key player in the energy transition, at first glance, our client had already firmly anchored sustainability in their company. However, what was missing was a holistic framework to structure the numerous ideas and activities, to make them more tangible and visible.
Together with the client, we identified the company’s key sustainability topics. The input was provided by standard frameworks, internal and external expert discussions, workshops, and the company’s previous sustainability programme. The main sustainability topics were assigned to strategic priorities and supported with measures. Of particular importance: the measures were then echoed with the relevant specialist departments in terms of their feasibility.
The process, closely coordinated with the company’s central departments, ensured the legitimacy of the strategic sustainability agenda and its implementation. One core element of the agenda is the lighthouse projects. These will be promoted with the highest priority in the future and will have a special impact both internally and externally. For this purpose, the team also developed a governance, stakeholder, and communication concept.
As part of the consulting project, a strategic sustainability agenda was developed, supported, and implemented by the company as a whole, the specialist departments, as well as the board of directors. This will provide orientation for groundbreaking company decisions – and thus contribute sustainably to success.
Environmental organisations have tasked Prognos with adapting selected assumptions from the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure transport forecasts to facilitate climate-friendly transport development.
Final energy consumption in Switzerland for the year 2022 was around 4 percent less than in the year 2021. Mobility (32 percent) accounted for the largest share.
What will Switzerland look like in the future? A welfare state in a fair world or an energy guzzler in fortress Europe? We examine the potential impacts of different scenarios on greenhouse gas emissions.
In Baden-Württemberg, emissions are to be reduced by a further 23% by 2030. As part of a multi-stage concept, Prognos examines the challenges and opportunities for action in the transfor-mation context.
How has the role of gas changed as a result of the gas crisis? Our energy team explored this question on behalf of the KfW.
The latest geopolitical and economic developments present a challenge for the ecological transi-tion of transport. Prognos develops measures for the BMDV.
On behalf of the Bertelsmann Stiftung, we examined the effects of phasing out climate damaging subsidies in the transport and industry sectors.
The Federal Ministry of Economics promotes digital technologies that drive forward the economy’s green transformation. Together with partners, we are responsible for the accompanying research.
On behalf of the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE), we conduct an annual analysis of the development of energy consumption in Switzerland.
The extension of the energy network lays the foundation for the energy transition. Since 2019, Prognos has been supporting transmission system operator TenneT TSO GmbH with their project communication concerning the establishment of the new West Coast transmission line in Schleswig-Holstein.
Prognos is one of the oldest economic research centres in Europe. Founded at the University of Basel, Prognos experts have been conducting research for a wide range of clients from the public and private sectors since 1959 – politically independent, scientifically sound.