Technology Assessments: ESG & Net Zero


With our deep knowledge of the clean technology market together with our modelling expertise we offer advisory services for clients that require understanding and analysis of technologies required to achieve ESG and Net Zero objectives.

The move towards clean technologies has skyrocketed through the introduction of financial and legislative incentives, improvements in technology and the decreasing cost, for example for renewable energy. New technologies are emerging to support organisations as they bridge the gap to Net Zero.

Considering the numerous technologies and solutions now available on the market, a detailed understanding of the technical requirements and operation of various clean energy supply technologies, as well as an understanding of the various procurement options, is key to planning for and deploying the most advantageous clean technology solution. Likewise, when designing effective business models within the clean energy sector, a thorough understanding of the market conditions, including technical capabilities and benchmarking, is key to successful planning and operation.

AESG’s deep technical understanding of the clean technology market offers invaluable insights for clients looking to expand operations within the sector. Coupled with our modelling expertise, AESG has the in-house capability to offer advisory services for both business model management and technical feasibility, design and installation management of clean energy systems as well as innovation services to drive your organisation learning journey.

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Katarina Uherova Hasbani
Partner and Global Director of Strategy and Advisory info@aesg.com

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Phillipa Grant
Partner and Global Sustainability Director info@aesg.com

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Our Services include:
  • Market Analysis and Insights
  • Business Model Planning and Advisory
  • Renewable Energy Feasibility Studies
  • Financial Planning for Clean Technologies
  • Project Management of Clean Energy Systems
  • Innovation Services