Investor Expectations of Electric Utility Companies: Looking down the line at carbon asset risk
The latest in the series, Investor Expectations of Electric Utility Companies, provides a guide to investors to have constructive engagement with the Boards of companies in this sector to encourage more sustainable strategies that will mitigate the long term risks facing these companies as a consequence of climate change. This guidance addresses six areas of concern: Governance, Operational Efficiency, Strategy implementation, Preparedness for the physical impacts of climate change, Public policy and Transparency and disclosure.
For a reference guide to which CDP data points align with the guiding questions in the document, download Linking CDP’s and GIC’s Investor Expectations of Electric Utilties Companies.
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