Strategies your organization can use to strengthen the link between efficiency and sustainability teams, and maximize the results of both programs.
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Energy and sustainability programs are part of the strategy to future-proof business. Schneider Electric and Rolls Royce discuss how becoming an efficient, sustainable business requires collaboration.
Exponential growth in electric vehicles will shape the energy landscape in coming decades. The resulting complexity of balancing electric grid demand with electricity supply will become more acute.
Exponential growth in electric vehicles (EVs) will shape the energy landscape over the next few decades. As a result, the complexity of balancing electricity supply & demand will become more acute.
Schneider Electric has partnered with the Global Footprint Network to demonstrate how energy efficiency and renewable energy can help #MoveTheDate of Earth Overshoot Day.
5 key takeaways from this year’s Energy and Sustainability Perspectives event in Europe, a client conference hosted in Budapest, Hungary.
When tackling ambitious sustainability goals, organizations need an investment strategy to fund projects and maintain momentum year-over-year.
Many companies enact energy and sustainability initiatives at site or country level, but there is much to be gained by taking a portfolio approach.
Companies often view sustainability and energy management as two separate or loosely connected efforts. But to truly maximize the investment in either, they need to work in tandem.
Siloed decision-making on efficiency and sustainability can lead to missed opportunities. Implementing initiatives in tandem elevates the impact of both.
Efficiency and sustainability activities are inherently linked, but teams may operate independently. Working together, they can unlock greater opportunities
This How-To Guide provides 6 steps to break down silos of efficiency and sustainability teams, and unlock greater opportunities.
When it comes to carbon goals, energy efficiency is the biggest piece of any sustainability conversation. While the advantages of a joint strategy are clear at the top, how do you convince the rest of