The Science-Based Targets (SBT) Initiative has surpassed a historic milestone of 1,000 corporate signatories. This benchmark is a clear signal that the future of business is going to be closely anchored to sustainability. To commemorate this achievement, hear our experts reflect on how this initiative has evolved, and how it will continue to impact corporate climate progress going forward.
Deciding to buy renewable energy is one thing. Signing a power purchase agreement (PPA) to meet your compan...
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The fully integrated approach spans energy management, resource efficiency, renewable energy procurement, carbon offsetting, value chain decarbonization, and AI-driven data collection and disclosure.
A number of Asian countries and companies have joined the swell of bold sustainability ambition. What are these commitments and what do they mean for the global business community?
For companies, setting and achieving a sustainability target may seem daunting, but once-controversial carbon offsets can be a crucial tool to begin the journey.
The election result of the Queensland state government in Australia will impact both the availability and price of renewable energy in the region. Learn more from local expert, Jasper Noort.
Unilever engaged Schneider Electric as an advisor on a renewable energy project that will support their global commitment to have no carbon emissions from their own operations by 2030.
Deciding to buy renewable energy is one thing. Signing a power purchase agreement (PPA) to meet your company's unique goals takes nuance. Learn how analytics can help you design an optimal PPA.
Australian energy markets expert, Lisa Zembrodt, responds to the government's suggestion to replace a closing fossil-fueled plant with gas generation.
Schneider Electric, in partnership with the Energy Transitions Initiative, calls on all Australian companies to work towards becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
Mariette Barnard outlines why Australian companies should consider renewables as a key component of their sustainability strategy, especially during times of uncertainty.
This special market update addresses some of the urgent actions companies should take in the short-term to effectively manage energy costs in today's challenging environment.
In an update to our Global Energy outlook, Lisa Zembrodt, Director, Operations – Energy Markets (AUS) covers bushfire impacts on Australian energy markets, consumers and organizations.
Leading businesses are exploring innovative energy procurement strategies to optimize energy costs and balance market risks. Learn more in this Australian Fitness Group case study.
For a major Australian fitness group, a warmup of aggressive energy procurement and a cool down on data management makes a complete energy strategy.
Australian energy efficiency expert, Paul Lang, answers key questions about the trend toward energy efficiency at manufacturing sites, and how to maximize a new grant opportunity in NSW.
A major steel manufacturer created a resilient energy strategy, blasting with a rigorous energy portfolio review, then casting it with a flexible purchasing approach that includes solar energy.
For a major healthcare group, a detailed facility study and Energy Performance Contract has delivered substantial savings and more modern, comfortable and sustainable buildings.
The NSW government is offering $16.7 million in grants to help manufacturers drive the value of their energy efficiency programs. Learn what projects are eligible & how to apply.
In this guide, Schneider Electric and Baker McKenzie set out best practices relevant to structuring and executing a collaborative corporate PPA.
There are a variety of current incentives available in Australia, which eligible businesses can use to drive the value of their energy efficiency programs. Learn more in our grants & rebates update.