From Ambition to Reality
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.
- From Ambition to Reality 1 (Executive Summary) (PDF)
- From Ambition to Reality 1: Weaving the threads of net-zero delivery (PDF)
- From Ambition to Reality 2 (Executive Summary) (PDF)
- From Ambition to Reality 2: Measuring change in the race to deliver net zero (PDF)
- From Ambition to Reality 3 (Executive Summary) (PDF)
- From Ambition to Reality 3: Steps to accelerate net zero delivery (PDF)