Space ESG assessment

01 January 2023 | Research

Sarah Halpin


Analysys Mason's first edition of the Space ESG assessment report offers readers answers to the key questions on ESG and the space and satellite market. Interest in ESG has been on a steady rise through the last decade, culminating in its inclusion in numerous global space-related company metrics of strategy in 2022. However, in such a vast industry, its place, definition and usage remains a hotly debated topic. Analysys Mason's Space ESG Assessment provides an overview of how and where ESG is situated in the space industry. The report details the current strategies for ESG within the space industry, examining the ramifications of events such as the war in Ukraine, global 'post-pandemic' economic recovery and how investors are approaching this topic. Recommendations are offered regarding revenue opportunities and investment considerations for players wishing to engage with ESG activities within this sector.

Questions answered in this report

  • What is the current state of play for ESG factors within the space industry?
  • How are current events affecting ESG development in the space industry?
  • Is there a difference in ESG for start-ups and established players?
  • Is there an opportunity for satellite and space sector players?

Who should purchase this report

  • Industry players examining the utility and impact of ESG in their organisations
  • Potential investors players aiming to raise capital via ESG investment funds

Covered in this report

  • Space ESG challenges and opportunities
  • The ESG opportunity for space and satellite
  • Industry news and updates
  • Space ESG tracking and analysis
  • Company ESG status
  • ESG standards used
  • Start-ups and established players

Report segmentation

  • Environmental criteria: assessing the company’s impact on the natural environment and are particularly likely to relate to energy consumption.
  • Social criteria: measuring the impact of the company on stakeholders – employees, customers, communities, policymakers and shareholders.
  • Governance criteria: aiding the understanding the company’s approach to leadership, demographics and internal controls.

Companies included in this report

Airbus, Asiasat, Ball Aerospace, Boeing, EutelSat, Hispasat, Honeywell, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Iridium, ISTO/Antrix, KSAT, L3 Harris, Lockheed Martin, Maxar Technologies, Northrop Grumman, Orbcomm, Planet, SES, Sky Perfect JSAT, Sky Plc/Comcast, Skyrora, Singtel Optus, PT Telkom, Thaicom, Telenor Satellite, Teledyne, Viasat, Yahsat, Zodiac Aerospace.


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Sarah Halpin

Analyst, expert in space and satellite