We surveyed energy and sustainability professionals about the impacts of COVID-19. In the below databook, we compare these results to our 2020 Corporate Energy & Sustainability Progress Report findings.
To understand the impact that COVID-19 has had on corporate energy and sustainability programs, we surveyed...
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In a series of recent agreements, the EU has taken steps to address volatility and prepare Europe for a sustainable future. Learn more about these new policies and how they will impact business.
The infrastructure bill aims at accelerating the modernization of infrastructure and the low-carbon energy transformation in the US.
More companies are considering non-financial factors such as climate action and environmental performance just like financial metrics.
Watch the video to learn more about the ambitions o the CEO Alliance and hear from some of the members who attended the meeting at Schneider's Paris office.
Embedding sustainability into your organization translates into a massive change effort, requiring resources, innovation, and, most of all, courage.
Solving 21st century problems like climate change demands that we embrace the decarbonization potential of digital technologies rather than stifle their growth.
Looking at emissions outside your company’s walls may feel like a massive undertaking, but it’s possible and essential. Our experts joined a Scope 3 workshop and share their findings here.
To understand the impact that COVID-19 has had on corporate energy and sustainability programs, we surveyed energy and sustainability professionals to create an addendum to our report.
We surveyed CEOs, energy, and sustainability professionals about their commitments to and challenges with climate action in 2021. Here are the results...
As the world returns to some semblance of normalcy after the pandemic, companies find themselves at an inflection point: go back business-as-usual or use lessons learned to redefine new normal.
Our sustainability consulting experts discuss climate-related risks and share best practices on how companies can understand risks and realize opportunities.
As the world shifts towards recovery from the COVID pandemic, energy and sustainability professionals must refocus on the important work of achieving ambitious goals and fighting climate change.
Disruption is certain to be part of the new normal. How can your business take lessons learned this year to come out on the other side of the pandemic better than before?
With its €750B recovery plan, the EU will provide unprecedented funding to ensure a sustainable recovery from the pandemic. Here are 10 points companies need to know to benefit from this opportunity.
Industrial site assessments can reveal 20-30% energy savings opportunities. Yet all too often, these projects end up idle. Learn how to clear the roadblocks and accelerate your efficiency projects.
Global disruption has dramatically changed the way many organizations operate and think about resilience. For many, energy & sustainability programs will be key to a resilient recovery.
Gaining buy-in on sustainability projects is tough when budgets are tight and management’s focus is divided. Move your programs forward with this 5-step path to building a strong business case.
To meet sustainability goals during a period of disruption, a company's response must be holistic and enterprise-wide to take advantage of the opportunities that change presents.
Schneider Electric expert Andy McKenzie discusses challenges site managers are facing during disruption and investigates the possibility of microgrids to enable resilient, net zero carbon sites.
As companies look to get energy and sustainability projects back on track, our experts provide helpful insights on a funding model that will help your organization build back better.