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Worley and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment explore the practical shifts required to successfully develop and deliver the energy infrastructure needed to achieve mid-century net-zero targets. The collaboration was formalized through Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership.

Drawing on research and analysis in Princeton’s Net-Zero America study, it is apparent that achieving net zero is technically feasible and affordable.

However, to do so is an immense infrastructure delivery challenge
– unprecedented in global terms – which will require businesses and governments to transform how they engage communities and develop and deliver projects.

The focus of the paper is on supply-side energy infrastructure, to explore five key shifts in thinking needed to deliver a net-zero transition.