Smart Climate® Analytics

Smart Climate® Analytics provide a thorough analysis of climate transition risk on an existing portfolio or supply chain and its constituents.

Smart Climate® Analytics: Portfolio Evaluation 

Smart Climate® Portfolio Evaluation Services provide investors with detailed climate risk resiliency analysis on a portfolio and its constituents. The report can provide guidance to investors on the associated transition risk of their public equity holdings, whether they are held in an investment portfolio or under a collection of investment managers. The report also provides strategies for tilting portfolios toward companies with low transition risk or identifying managers who provide greater portfolio diversification relative to climate risk exposure.

Smart Climate® Portfolio Evaluation Key Features:

Smart Climate® Portfolio Evaluation Methodology

Entelligent uses a leading climate scenario model -- one that includes energy mapping to assess climate risk exposures at the security/portfolio level.  

Smart Climate® Portfolio Evaluation identifies companies leading the energy efficiency drive in various sectors and regions that will provide investors with better investment outcomes. Prices between renewable and traditional sources have become so competitive that small changes in policy or even investor sentiment can tip the scales on new infrastructure leading to more innovation and an accelerated transition to a low carbon economy.

Lazard’s 2017 Levelized Cost of Energy Analysis




Smart Climate® Analytics: Supply Chain Analysis

Entelligent’s Smart Climate® Supply Chain Analysis provides climate transition risk evaluation of company level supply chain portfolio by evaluating suppliers’ climate change fitness and other specific criteria. Smart Climate® Supply Chain Analysis can evaluate public companies directly and private firms indirectly using publicly traded analogs.

Smart Climate® Supply Chain Analysis Key Features

The Supply Chain Analysis is designed to identify the potential impacts that climate change will have on company supply chains, particularly when transitioning to low carbon scenarios.

The analysis also provides recommendations on how companies can enhance the resilience of their supply chains and operations by reducing climate transition risk.