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        HOME Knowledge Insight Report Report List US Energy Transition Report

        US Energy Transition Report

        Apr. 21, 2021

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        Summary

        In 2020 alone, there was a record 22 billion-dollar disasters in the US, costing the nation over $95 billion USD in damages.

        As global warming and climate change accelerates from increasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the US will continue experiencing more climate disasters causing catastrophic damage.

        Now is the time when public governments and private businesses must collaborate to build up the technology, policies, and markets towards carbon neutrality.

        In this summary report, NRIA studied how the US is combatting climate change through promotion and investment in the energy transition, and the emerging clean technology opportunities involved in reducing GHG emissions.

        NRIA’s service offerings in research and consulting can support businesses to further understand the trends, and to build a strategy for contribution to the energy transition.

        日本語バージョンのレポートや日本語での説明をご希望の方は下記へご連絡下さい。
        yujiro.taki@nria.com

        • Yujiro Taki

          Co-Head of Division

          Research and Consulting Division

          Nomura Research Institute America

        • Chris Fujiyoshi

          Manager

          Research and Consulting Division

          Nomura Research Institute America

        • Sho Tsujimura

          Consultant / Assistant Manager

          Sustainability Business Division

        • Akihito Fujita

          Senior Manager

          Research and Consulting Division

          Nomura Research Institute America

        • Jason Jeon

          Consultant

          Research and Consulting Division

          Nomura Research Institute America

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