Indicate whether the organisation carries out scenario analysis and/or modelling, and if it does, provide a description of the scenario analysis (by asset class, sector, strategic asset allocation, etc.).
Quantification of risks (such as insurances, remuneration and governance structures, regulatory, environmental impact, key personnel track records, OH&S track records) or sensitivity analysis or qualitative risk assessment where feasible Quinbrook's ESG DDQ allows for some methods of scoring and weighting of factors.
Quantification of risks (such as weather events and related insurances or shutdowns, fuel security, regulatory) or sensitivity analysis or qualitative risk assessment. Quinbrook's ESG DDQ allows for some methods of scoring and weighting of factors.
Additional information. [OPTIONAL]
In portfolio construction:
- Geographic and technological diversification are given greater significance due to concerns over changes in future weather patterns that may produce unexpected impacts on plant performance (extended winter conditions, drought, heavy rainfall)
- Exposure levels in various states are assessed according to the perceived degree of vulnerability to severe weather events (e.g. Gulf Region of Texas, southern Florida)
- Investing in distributed power generation installations and ‘behind the meter’ energy projects that generate energy at or near the point of consumption, making supplies more resilient and reducing constraints on the power transmission network;
- Investing in the innovative application of emerging yet proven technologies such as battery storage that are expected to transform power markets and increase the economic value of intermittent renewable power