How investors, policymakers and companies can foster the technologies needed to move beyond fossil fuels and build a more sustainable future

From fully electric planes to the latest improvements in batteries, there seems to be no shortage of innovations for the energy transition.

But with these innovations comes great responsibility. To make a lasting impact, leaders need to consider what should be done to implement new technology, overcome challenges such as antiquated power grids and regulatory and financial hurdles, and bring traditional energy workers into the transition.

“Climate change is a threat, and investing in solutions that enable the energy transition is key,” says Alexandre Tavazzi, head of the CIO office and macro research at Pictet Wealth Management.