Successfully achieving the global clean energy transition requires more than just technological progress – massive financing and investment are needed to deploy decarbonization assets at scale.
The Energy Futures Finance Forum (EF3) offers policy recommendations reflecting an investor’s perspective that decarbonization investments must be a blue chip.
Energy Futures Finance Forum Mission
EF3 analyzes the policy and regulatory barriers to large, private capital flows to decarbonization opportunities and provides actionable recommendations in response.
EF3 offers policy recommendations reflecting an investor’s perspective that decarbonization investments must be blue chip.
EF3 will provide rigorous, unbiased analysis and thought leadership, coupled with broad and continuous stakeholder engagement, to form policy recommendations at the intersection of finance and clean energy to drive deployment and diffusion of essential technologies. Through its research and engagement activities, EF3 will help facilitate international, national, and industrywide efforts to scale up investments to decarbonize the economy.
Meet the EF³ Leadership
Managing Director, Energy Futures Finance Forum
Meet the EF³ Advisory Board
President, S&P Global Ratings
Chief Executive Officer, Africa50
Executive Chairman, Mission Possible Partnership
Vice Chairman, Head of Energy Transition Team, JPMorgan Chase
Chief Executive Officer & President, Ceres
Global Head of Sustainability, Franklin Templeton
Distinguished Professor, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
The Energy Futures Finance Forum is grateful to JPMorgan Chase & Co. for its generous founding grant.