Schneider Electric Sustainability Research Institute
Explore a collection of Schneider Electric's primary research on energy and sustainability trends, issues and opportunities.
2030 Scenario White Paper
In this white paper, we take a look at a possible decarbonization pathway to 2030, consistent with a global warming target 1.5-degree by end of the century.
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Report on Digital Climate Solutions
Download: "Fit for 55 Package"
In this new paper, we explore 10 policy ideas to make the EU's new 55% CO2 reduction target a reality.
Download: Digital Economy and Climate Impact
Explore the key risks associated with the rise of information technology (IT) in terms of electricity consumption and a refined forecast for IT electricity consumption through 2030.
Download: Building Heat Decarbonization
In this paper, we explore in detail the issue of decarbonizing building heating systems globally and some of the key debates and roadblocks which impede the ramp up of greener heating solutions.
Sustainability for Cities and Buildings
Cities and buildings have an important role to play in the pursuit of global decarbonization. Find out more about our contributions to research in this sector.
Industry has the innovative power to invent solutions for more biodiversity and we strongly believe that achievement in biodiversity can best achieved in public-private partnership.
Perspectives from Global Leaders
DATABOOK: The State of Corporate Climate Action in 2021
We surveyed CEOs, energy, and sustainability professionals about their commitments to and challenges with climate action in 2021. Here are the results...
Learn more about Schneider Electric's contributions to the circular economy conversation, in partnership with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
Time for Climate Impact Disclosure
Introducing a new standard to disclose and measure climate impact for capital goods and consumer durables.
Multi-tenant Datacenters & Sustainability:
Ambition and Reality
Our Work with the Energy Transitions Commission
Schneider Electric has supported the ETC since its inception and contributes to research that is setting the foundation for the transition to a net zero world.
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