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.
Schneider Electric is pleased to have contributed to WBCSD's new report to raise understanding of how cross...
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On January 26, the Spanish government published the results of the first auction under the REER. In this article, our SMEs break down the auction's results and potential impacts for corporate buyers.
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The financial sector is key to unlocking the system-wide change needed to reach net-zero emissions. Learn about the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and 4 steps to prepare your company.
Four industry leading companies, Heineken, Philips, Nouryon and Signify, have teamed up to reduce carbon emissions in support of the UN Paris Climate Agreement.
With Schneider Electric's help, Royal Philips, HEINEKEN, Nouryon, and Signify have formed the first consortium to sign a Pan-European green energy deal.
A diverse group of business leaders and investors across Europe have boldly pledged their support for climate action to be at the center of the EU's COVID recovery package.
Schneider Electric is pleased to have contributed to WBCSD's new report to raise understanding of how cross-border PPAs can increase renewable electricity procurement in Europe.
The next Triad season is on for companies in the UK. Businesses successfully forecasting Triads can unlock great savings, but this Triad season will be unlike any other before.
The strict new legislation will require French companies to collect energy consumption data and develop an energy management strategy for their large buildings.
The European Commission has announced that it plans to raise its climate action ambition, keeping it on track to be carbon neutral by 2050.
In this video, European Risk Manager Lejla Mesic, breaks down the EU ETS (European emission trading scheme) and how it affects EU businesses.
What actions can a business practically take to be part of Europe's sustainable transition? Learn more from Schneider Electric expert, Tom Bardwell, on what companies can do to stay ahead.
With proactive leadership, one European Food & Bev leader found energy and carbon savings in their approach to energy and resource management.
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With its new climate change and energy transition regulations, Spain enters the league of countries with net zero ambitions. Learn how your company can seize opportunities as a result of new laws.
Director of International Cleantech, James Lewis, gives a sneak peek into our 2020 State of the European Renewable Energy Market report, including PPA structures, sizes and indicative pricing.