14 May | Online | 15:00 UK | 10:00 New York

The financial risk of Truckmakers’ slow electric vehicle transition and ineffective carbon emissions reporting.

The decarbonisation of the Heavy Duty Vehicles (HDV) sector will have profound effects on truck manufacturers and investor portfolios. The transition will start later than EVs, but is likely to be faster & more brutal, so investing in the laggards could be very wealth sapping. The starting gun has been sounded with the recently ratified HDV emissions regulations in the EU and US, which will force manufacturers to bring more electric HDVs to market by 2030.

Carbon Tracker will be joined by truck manufacturer Scania & the leading EU transport policy think tank Transport & Environment to discuss –

  • Who are the leaders & laggards in the transition to an electrified HDV fleet
  • What needs to happen to unlock the huge financial opportunity in the HDV sector presented by the energy transition
  • How emissions goals & accurate reporting will help reduce the financial risks to & the emissions profile of investor portfolios
  • Why indirect emissions (Scope 3) from truck manufacturers are a major financial risk

List of Speakers:

Alexander Mastrovito, Sustainability Manager, Scania Group

Alexander has been working with sustainability matters at Scania for close to a decade. He has held roles in Sweden, China, Hong Kong and is now based in Brussels. Currently he is responsible for Scania’s Double Materiality Assessment within CSRD.

Philip Hunter, Associate Automotive Analysy, Carbon Tracker

Philip has 20 years’ experience in the asset management industry having previously worked as a global equity analyst and portfolio manager at Universities Superannuation Scheme and Old Mutual Asset Managers.

Giorgia Ranzato, Sustainable Finance Manager, Transport & Environment

Giorgia Ranzato is Sustainable Finance Manager at Transport & Environment. She leads the private finance workstream at T&E and her main focus is ESG and corporate sustainability reporting.

Xavier Sol, Director of Sustainable Finance, Transport & Environment

Xavier Sol is the Director of T&E’s Sustainable Finance programme, aiming to mobilise significant public and private investments for the transport and energy sectors’ decarbonisation. Prior to joining T&E, he led for a decade NGO campaigns on public investment banks.

Sofie Defour, Freight and Climate Director, Transport & Environment

Sofie Defour is the freight and climate director at Transport & Environment (T&E). The freight team works on eliminating all harmful pollutants from trucks, buses, coaches and vans. The climate team works on the EU’s climate policy architecture, including carbon pricing, the new 2040 target and fossil fuel supply regulations.


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