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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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Your organization's resilient recovery from the current disruption depends on taking preventive action and accelerating decarbonization, potentially beyond previous goals set.
As your company navigates its strategy for long-term success, consider how reducing emissions from each scope can uniquely contribute to a resilient and sustainable future.
Among the many resilient recovery investments and strategies companies have at their disposal, carbon pricing is among the most impactful commitments to consider.
What does net zero really mean and how can your company achieve the carbon reductions to meet this ambitious goal? Find the resources you need to get started.
In recovering from the pandemic, purpose-driven corporations find themselves better positioned to access tools that bolster resilience and long-term operational viability. Let’s explore why.
Transitioning to a circular economy not only contributes to climate action, but can have significant economic benefits as well.
Learn how a leading European manufacturer reduced its GHG emissions in the value-chain by 45% at one of its Belgian sites within just four years.
For many organizations, the future in energy and carbon management is electric vehicles and the EV fleet. And this future may not be so far off as you think.