How we help
Energy transition metals
Energy Transition metals (e.g. copper, nickel) are necessary for the manufacture of the technologies that underpin the clean energy transition, such as electric vehicles and solar photovoltaic panels. The clean energy transition is predicted to drive a 3 to 20 fold increase in demand for energy transition metals which necessitates an unprecedented, global scale up in mining and metals operations over the next three decades. If this scale up does not occur, net zero cannot be achieved.
We are leading pioneering work with multi-lateral development banks, leading industry stakeholders and thinkers, and miners to create clear, concise, and actionable net zero decarbonisation pathways for energy transition metals sectors, and also evidence the need to deploy circular economy models to maximise metals recycling.
Technology critical minerals
The technology critical minerals and metals market underpins national security and economic growth. Technology critical minerals are essential to the manufacture of the materials and products which build society, but they are prone to supply chains vulnerabilities or interruptions. Nations seek to capture technology critical minerals supply through government to government agreements.
We are working with technology critical minerals stakeholders to explore how best to achieve TCM decarbonisation pathways.
A just and equitable transition
The significant mining and metals expansion need to achieve net zero will require substantial green finance. This expansion creates a generational opportunity to refresh business models and deliver just and equitable societal outcomes for local communicates and national hosts.
We are leading pioneering work with multi-lateral development banks, leading industry stakeholders and thinkers, and miners to create clear, concise, and actionable just and equitable transition plans for the mining and metals sectors.