Vivid’s net-zero advisory helps governments and businesses plan for a net-zero emissions future
The direction of travel is clear, to meet the Paris Agreement countries will need to reach net-zero emissions by the middle of the century. This has major implications for economies, creating opportunities in new markets, technologies and products, and risks for those business and sectors that may be left behind.
We draw on our deep understanding of economics, technology and policy to develop tractable scenarios for net-zero economies
Using these scenarios, we identify key drivers and indicators of country- and sector-specific changes to chart clear paths of action. We understand the economic drivers and technological challenges of net-zero emissions energy systems, and bring expertise in traditional and emerging negative emissions technologies. Our advice to governments on net-zero scenarios has shifted economic strategies and national climate and energy policy. While our insights have guided multinational companies in assessing the prospects for major energy commodities and informed investments in new and existing markets.
Drawing on our proprietary models and collaboration with a network of global experts, we generate bespoke analysis to keep you ahead of the curve
Vivid bridges the gap between academic rigor and practical insight with a range of tools to inform strategy. Vivid’s computable general equilibrium model (ViEW) assesses the dynamic interactions between sectors to identify unexpected trade-offs and opportunities. Our Net-Zero Toolkit identifies financial value at risk at a sector, commodity and asset level. Working with leading academics, our Energy Systems Models enable us to assess the emerging technologies and track the next wave of innovation. As the world moves to net-zero, Vivid brings the insights needed to avoid being left behind.