CA100+ Investor Hub

Investor Resources on Corporate Climate Policy Engagement

CA100+ Target Companies and Climate Policy Engagement

InfluenceMap maintains the world’s leading database assessing corporate climate policy engagement (LobbyMap), covering over 350 companies and 150 industry associations globally. This database feeds data and analysis to the Climate Action 100+ (CA100+) initiative.

CA100+ is a voluntary investor initiative to ensure the world's largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters take necessary action on climate change, made up of 700 investors responsible for over $68 trillion in assets under management. CA100+ engagement focuses on 166 target companies that are critical to the net-zero emissions transition.

The CA100+ Investor Hub contains LobbyMap’s analysis of the CA100+ target companies and their industry associations, as well as additional resources on corporate lobbying disclosures and shareholder resolutions. From 2022, InfluenceMap's assessments on climate policy engagement will also feed directly into the CA100+ Net Zero Company Benchmark.

An overview of the LobbyMap scoring system can be found here, with the full methodology here.

InfluenceMap welcomes engagement with CA100+ investors, companies, and industry associations on the issue of climate policy engagement.

If you have any questions, or would like to set up a call to discuss our analysis in more detail, please contact info@influencemap.org.

CA100+ Company Rankings

The table below contains a ranking of all 166 CA100+ target companies. The companies are ranked according to their InfluenceMap grade, with those at the top having the highest grades (signifying support for Paris-aligned climate policy), and those toward the bottom having the lowest grades (signifying opposition to Paris-aligned climate policy). Companies labelled 'n/a' are not given a grade because they have low-level engagement with climate policy and/or no strong links to industry associations currently covered by InfluenceMap's database.

Use the drop-down buttons to filter companies by sector or region, or search by name below. A summary profile and full access to the data underlying the assessments can be accessed via the links in the table.

Influencemap Performance BandOrganizationEngagement Intensity
EBerkshire Hathaway11IndustrialsNorth America
D-ExxonMobil49EnergyNorth America
C-General Electric30IndustrialsNorth America
DToyota Motor32AutomobilesAsia
D-Chevron42EnergyNorth America
CVolkswagen Group52AutomobilesEurope
B-Walmart Stores17RetailingNorth America
BNestlé39Consumer StaplesEurope
C-Procter & Gamble11Consumer StaplesNorth America
D+BHP36Metals & MiningOceania
C-Ford Motor47AutomobilesNorth America
D+BMW Group41AutomobilesEurope
C-General Motors44AutomobilesNorth America
D+Honda Motor32AutomobilesAsia
C+Coca-Cola16Consumer StaplesNorth America
DBoeing19IndustrialsNorth America
C-Raytheon Technologies Corporation (formerly United Technologies)10IndustrialsNorth America
C+PepsiCo34Consumer StaplesNorth America
DRio Tinto Group35Metals & MiningEurope
BUnilever52Consumer StaplesEurope
ECaterpillar2IndustrialsNorth America
DDow Chemical34ChemicalsNorth America
D+Airbus Group35IndustrialsEurope
C-Reliance Industries8EnergyAsia
N/AFoxconn1Information TechnologyAsia
EPhillips 6621EnergyNorth America
B-Moller Maersk (Maersk)45TransportationEurope
D+Suncor Energy31EnergyNorth America
D+Occidental Petroleum28EnergyNorth America
D+Duke Energy36UtilitiesNorth America
D-Delta Air Lines19TransportationNorth America
CNational Grid38UtilitiesEurope
C+PTT Global Chemicals10ChemicalsAsia
DToray Industries Inc.11ChemicalsAsia
D-Incitec Pivot12ChemicalsOceania
D+LyondellBasell Industries28ChemicalsEurope
D+Air Liquide31ChemicalsEurope
CHolcim44Construction MaterialsEurope
E-Valero Energy22EnergyNorth America
D-ConocoPhillips30EnergyNorth America
DAmerican Electric Power42UtilitiesNorth America
D+ArcelorMittal48Metals & MiningEurope
D-Canadian Natural Resources Ltd (CNRL)20EnergyNorth America
B+Danone32Consumer StaplesEurope
D+Dominion Energy43UtilitiesNorth America
DEnbridge19EnergyNorth America
C+Exelon58UtilitiesNorth America
C-Naturgy (Gas Natural Fenosa)24UtilitiesEurope
D-Glencore International24Metals & MiningEurope
D+Lockheed Martin4IndustrialsNorth America
C-NextEra Energy30UtilitiesNorth America
D-Nippon Steel Corporation32Metals & MiningAsia
DPOSCO26Metals & MiningAsia
DPPL Corporation22UtilitiesNorth America
C+Saint-Gobain49Construction MaterialsEurope
D-Southern Company34UtilitiesNorth America
C-Vale19Metals & MiningSouth America
D-Imperial Oil Limited19EnergyNorth America
DTC Energy15EnergyNorth America
E-Marathon Petroleum26EnergyNorth America
C+AGL Australia31UtilitiesOceania
C-Origin Energy38EnergyOceania
D+Oil Search5EnergyOceania
C-Teck Resources Limited18Metals & MiningNorth America
DAnglo American17Metals & MiningEurope
CVedanta Resources12Metals & MiningEurope
CEquinor (formerly Statoil)52EnergyEurope
C-Grupo Argos15Construction MaterialsSouth America
C+Cemex43Construction MaterialsNorth America
D+CRH13Construction MaterialsEurope
D+HeidelbergCement25Construction MaterialsEurope
C+UltraTech Cement11Construction MaterialsAsia
D+thyssenkrupp37Metals & MiningEurope
D+China Steel13Metals & MiningAsia
CSSAB44Metals & MiningEurope
D+Petrobras8EnergySouth America
D+Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)27UtilitiesAsia
C-XCEL Energy35UtilitiesNorth America
C-Volvo Group33AutomobilesEurope
D+South3210Metals & MiningOceania
D-Saudi Aramco9EnergyAsia
DAir France-KLM39TransportationEurope
C-Anhui Conch Cement11Construction MaterialsAsia
C-China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec)16EnergyAsia
D+China Shenhua Energy11Metals & MiningAsia
E-Coal India7Metals & MiningAsia
CCummins29IndustrialsNorth America
D+Ecopetrol9EnergySouth America
N/AFormosa Petrochemical1EnergyAsia
B-Trane Technologies (formerly Ingersoll-Rand)35IndustrialsNorth America
DInternational Paper Company7Paper & Forest ProductsNorth America
BPhilips23Information TechnologyEurope
E+Martin Marietta Materials3Construction MaterialsNorth America
D+Nornickel (MMC Norilsk Nickel)6Metals & MiningEurope
C-NTPC Ltd5UtilitiesAsia
DOil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)5EnergyAsia
C-PACCAR9AutomobilesNorth America
C-PetroChina Company Limited24EnergyAsia
CSaic Motor16AutomobilesAsia
D+Severstal8Metals & MiningEurope
D+SK Innovation Co7EnergyAsia
D-PGE Group33UtilitiesEurope
C-Panasonic13Information TechnologyAsia
D-ENEOS Holdings (formerly JX Holdings Inc)18EnergyAsia
C+Daikin Industries20IndustrialsAsia
C-NRG Energy34UtilitiesNorth America
B-Colgate-Palmolive5Consumer StaplesNorth America
D-Devon Energy15EnergyNorth America
E+Kinder Morgan15EnergyNorth America
D+Boral Limited8Metals & MiningOceania
DFirstEnergy Corp23UtilitiesNorth America
D-WEC Energy Group Inc21UtilitiesNorth America
C-Woolworths Ltd5Consumer StaplesOceania
C-Bluescope Steel30Metals & MiningOceania
C-Qantas Airways8TransportationOceania
C-Adbri (Adelaide Brighton)8Construction MaterialsOceania
B-AES Corporation31UtilitiesNorth America
D+American Airlines Group20TransportationNorth America
N/AAntam (Aneka Tambang)0Metals & MiningAsia
N/ABumi Resources4Metals & MiningAsia
N/ABunge Limited4Consumer StaplesNorth America
N/ADangote Cement0Construction MaterialsAfrica
CEskom Holdings Soc Limited16UtilitiesAfrica
CSuzano (formerly Fibria Celulose)13Paper & Forest ProductsSouth America
N/APower Assets Holdings Limited2UtilitiesAsia
DUnited Airlines21TransportationNorth America
N/AUnited Tractors4IndustrialsAsia
N/AWeyerhaeuser Company4Paper & Forest ProductsNorth America
N/APemex (Petróleos Mexicanos)1EnergyNorth America
C-Grupo México5Metals & MiningNorth America
CVistra Corp30UtilitiesNorth America
CSiemens Energy36EnergyEurope
D+Mercedes-Benz Group31AutomobilesEurope

Weekly Lobbying Updates

InfluenceMap updates its assessment of companies and industry associations on a weekly basis. Our weekly lobbying updates capture how these organizations are attempting to influence live climate-related policy debates in real-time.

The full list of lobbying updates can be accessed here, or by clicking on 'See All Updates' below. Please contact joe.brooks@influencemap.org to sign up to receive these weekly alerts directly via e-mail.

BP and Shell appear to advocate for investments in North Sea oil and gas

27 July 2022

On the 20th July, representatives from BP and Shell gave oral evidence at the UK Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee on ‘accelerating the transition from fossil fuels and securing energy supplies’. While BP and Shell stated general support for the energy transition, both also advocated for investments in North Sea oil and gas, arguing that domestic production is preferable for energy security in comparison to imports and that the transition will take time.

Japan Climate Leaders Partnership calls for the development of a diverse renewable energy mix

27 July 2022

In July 26th, Japan Climate Leaders Partnership has published an opinion paper calling for development of an environment that ensures diversity of renewable options. These include development of a market environment in which electricity consumers can enjoy a variety of options to procure renewable energy economically and promptly and development of an environment that facilitates the establishment of virtual Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) schemes through 1) deregulation in order for virtual PPA not to be subjected to the Commodity futures trading law and 2) allowing direct trading by consumers for a wide range of non-fossil certificates.

VDA advocates for the long-term use of internal combustion engines powered by synthetic fuels

27 July 2022

In a 20th July interview with German media, President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), Hildegard Müller, advocated for the long-term use of the internal combustion engine powered by synthetic fuels over the complete electrification of road transport in the EU, particularly for heavy-duty vehicles. She argued that the EU is missing a huge opportunity by excluding synthetic fuels as a pathway towards the decarbonization and jeopardizing the achievement of the bloc’s climate targets.

US entities engage on the Build Back Better Act

27 July 2022

In the Q2 2022 federal lobbying disclosures published on July 20th for American Gas Association and Edison Electric Institute with utilities CenterPoint, AES Corporation, American Electric Power Company, DTE Energy, Edison International, Exelon, FirstEnergy, NextEra, Pacific Gas & Electric, PPL Corporation, Public Service Enterprise Group, Southern Company, Vistra Corp, and Xcel Energy and Entergy, published on July 20th, disclosed the companies direct engagement with policymakers on the Build Back Better Act’s proposed methane fee without disclosing a clear position.

In the Q2 2022 federal lobbying disclosures for Ameren Corp and Duke Energy both utilities stated direct engagement with policymakers on the Build Back Better Act’s clean energy tax credits without disclosing any clear positions on the legislation. In the same disclosure, Duke also listed engagement activities on the “natural gas provisions” of the Build Back Better Act without providing any description of its position. In Consolidated Edison’s federal lobbying report for Q2 2022, published on July 20th, the utility stated direct engagement on the electric vehicle provisions of the Build Back Better Act without disclosing a clear position. The reports highlight the industry’s private engagement and lack of transparency on specific climate provisions of the reconciliation bill, which remains stalled in Congress.

These lobbying reports demonstrate strong industry engagement on the reconciliation bill, which remains stalled in negotiation following inconsistent statements from Senator Manchin.

Hitachi's chair appears to support an early restart of nuclear power plants

27 July 2022

During the Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) summer forum held on July 21st and 22nd, the chair of Hitachi requested an early restart of nuclear power plants which have been confirmed to be safe, without stating a position on the energy mix in general.

US Associations advocate for a federal climate bill

27 July 2022

In a July 20th press release, American Clean Power Association (ACP) CEO Heather Zichal advocated for government action on climate change and urged Congress to “get back to the table and come to a consensus on clean energy provisions that our country so desperately needs.” ACP’s push for a federal climate bill follows the breakdown of Congressional negotiations on the Build Back Better and inconsistent statements from Senator Manchin.

In an opinion article published by The Hill on July 20th, Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) CEO Abigail Ross Hopper advocated for Congress to pass a climate package through budget reconciliation that includes tax credits for solar and clean energy. Citing research from the Rhodium Group that found the tax credits would help to address rising prices, Hopper emphasized that “if the concern is inflation, passing the reconciliation legislation is an essential part of the solution.” SEIA has continued to advocate for a federal climate bill after Senate negotiations on the reconciliation bill have broken down: on July 20th, the association Tweeted support for a climate deal and linked it to an action campaign that asked individuals to call their representatives in Congress and urge them to pass clean energy tax credits.

In a July 19th article by S&P Global regarding the stalled negotiations over the reconciliation bill, Exelon CEO Chris Crane appeared to support Congress returning to negotiations to pass a federal climate package. In the same article, a spokesperson for Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) similarly appeared to support Congress continuing “to look for a path forward to pass these important clean energy investments.”