In a strategic partnership with ACT founders CDP and ADEME, the World Benchmarking Alliance is developing the Climate and Energy Benchmark to accelerate the global decarbonisation and energy transformation.
By operationalising the Assessing low-Carbon Transition (‘ACT’) methodologies, this benchmark measures and ranks keystone companies across high-emitting industries, including automotive, electric utilities, and oil and gas. WBA’s Climate and Energy Benchmark will rank 450 keystone companies in high-emitting sectors which will be updated on an iterative basis.
Here are some key data from companies’ ACT Assessments conducted by the WBA. Select a company in the drop-down below to find out more about its ACT indicators performance.
The performance score ranges from 1 to 20 and is the weighted average of all indicators that are developed for a particular sector. Each module and individual indicator has a separate weight that is determined per sector.
The assessment narrative ranges from A to E and is the second output of an ACT Assessment. It is supplemented by external data from sources such as reputation platforms, news sources, financial data.
The trend score is either +, = or – and is an output mode that attempts to use all relevant forward-looking information gathered through the ACT Assessment to provide a judgement on whether the assessor expects the company to move closer, farther away, or remain equal to its current path.