Energy Transition Investment Trends

BNEF tracks investment in the global energy transition, covering everything from renewables and nuclear to electrified transport and heat, hydrogen, carbon capture and sustainable materials. Explore the latest trends in our 2022 edition.

What is this report?

Energy Transition Investment Trends is BNEF’s annual accounting of global investment in the low-carbon energy transition. It includes a wide scope of sectors, covering renewables, energy storage, electrified vehicles and heating, hydrogen, nuclear, sustainable materials and carbon capture.

It also covers VC/PE and public markets investment in climate-tech companies, as well as thematic highlights such as sustainable debt and performance of clean energy equities.

Our data are compiled through bottom-up research on hundreds of thousands of individual deals and projects around the world, as well as aggregated estimates for deployment of small-scale, consumer-led technologies. The work is led by Bloomberg’s global team of analysts and leverages our latest data gathering and processing technologies.

Press Release
Global investment in the energy transition totaled $755 billion in 2021 – a new record, and a 21% increase from 2020 with almost half the investment occurring in Asia.


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Energy Transition Risks
Alongside the investment trends report, our Head of Analysis, Albert Cheung, discusses the risks and red herrings facing the energy transition this year.


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A high-level summary of the 2022 Energy Transition Investment Trends report is available online at the link below. BNEF clients can access the full report on the BNEF website or Bloomberg Terminal.


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