Global Infrastructure Initiative

McKinsey’s Global Infrastructure Initiative (GII) is a community of the world’s most senior leaders in infrastructure and capital projects, committed to identifying tangible ways to improve the delivery of essential infrastructure.

Latest from GII

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Managing capital risk in the race to net zero

– How the Great Reallocation of energy and infrastructure investments is driving new strategies for managing uncertainty and risk.
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Sydney 2022: Scaling EV infrastructure to meet net-zero targets

– Driven by policy, technological innovation, and expanded consumer choice, the global electric vehicle (EV) market has seen incredible... growth over the past decade, and it will only accelerate.
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Optimizing existing infrastructure to build the future

– With a budget of approximately US$ 4.7 billion, the REM, a 67-km integrated, public, electric light-rail transit network under... construction in the Greater Montreal, is the largest public transit project undertaken in Québec in the last fifty years. CDPQ Infra, a subsidiary of global institutional investor Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) is responsible for the planning, financing, construction and operating phases of the REM. Through an exclusive onsite experience, participants will witness firsthand how REM is incorporating and updating century-old infrastructure into the project and navigating the economic and social impacts of the project.
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Leadership partners: ashurst, CDPQ, SpencerStuart, Trimble. Institutional partners: GIIA, JBIC. Media partner: Nikkei Asia
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Voices on Infrastructure

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Embracing technology & sustainability in freight transport

– Developing the solutions needed to tackle decarbonization in freight transport will require innovation and fundamental change.
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Disrupting transport: An interview with Robert Falck of Einride

– Einride’s founder and CEO discusses how autonomous technology and digital infrastructure can decarbonize the difficult-to-abate... freight industry.
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Unlocking hydrogen’s power for long-haul freight transport

– As the demand for hydrogen in transportation increases, it is imperative to develop infrastructure to supply trucks, buses, and... cars.
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DHL on sustainable, customer-centric delivery in the last mile

– Deutsche Post DHL’s head of sustainability for German Post and Parcel discusses how the logistics industry can work to decarbonize... road transportation and meet consumer expectations.
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Mapping the way: Decarbonizing roads

– Road developers and operators have a unique position in the transport industry and can enable significant change around lowering... emissions.
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Managing capital risk in the race to net zero

– How the Great Reallocation of energy and infrastructure investments is driving new strategies for managing uncertainty and risk.

Roundtables

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Hong Kong 2022: Surviving the inflation and productivity crisis in Hong Kong’s construction industry

– Hong Kong’s construction industry faces a number of challenges resulting from supply-chain congestion, rising demand and fuel costs, and a changing workforce.

Featured video

Our seventh GII Summit took place virtually, in Montréal, from April 6-8, 2021, and focused on realizing the “project of the future” in a post-COVID-19 recovery.

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