RWE and EnBW little prepared for transition to low-carbon future
Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)
German utilities RWE and EnBW are not well prepared for the transition to a low-carbon future when compared their European peers, according to an analysis by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). Austrian Verbund, Spanish Iberdrola and Finnish Fortum are best prepared for a world which implements the Paris Climate Agreement. In the ranking of 14 of the largest publicly listed power generators in Europe, EnBW comes in 11th position and RWE last.
Find a summary of the CDP analysis entitled “Charged or static” in English here.
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