In a strategic partnership with ACT founders CDP and ADEME, the World Benchmarking Alliance is developing the Climate & Energy Benchmarks to accelerate the global decarbonisation and energy transformation.
By operationalising the Assessing low-Carbon Transition methodologies, this benchmark measures and ranks keystone companies across high-emitting industries, including automotive, electric utilities, and oil and gas. WBA’s Climate & Energy Benchmark will rank 450 keystone companies in high-emitting sectors and 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 score 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.