U.S. Climate Policy Resources
Return to this stream to find Schneider Electric resources on the U.S. administration's evolving policies and practices on energy and climate action.
Biden’s First 100 Days: 3 Takeaways for Energy and Sustainability Managers
What impact has President Biden's first 100 days had on the private sector – and what can companies anticipate next?
Resilience is an Opportunity for Early Bipartisan SuccessREAD ARTICLE
Restore the Earth: A Response to the Leaders’ Climate Summit
WEBINAR: Leaders discuss strategies organizations can use to define, set, deploy and sustain decarbonization, and how Biden Admin actions may impact these efforts.
Biden’s First Month in Office: 4 Key Takeaways on Climate Action for U.S. Companies
Among Biden's executive orders, are several climate-related actions that will have downstream ramifications for companies pursuing renewable energy and carbon neutrality commitments.
How Schneider Electric Supports Each Ambition of the Biden-Harris Climate Plan
Schneider Electric stands ready to support the administration to achieve its goals through the application of our products, software, and services.
Implications of the ERCOT Energy Crisis
Schneider electric experts discuss the implications of the ERCOT energy crisis, and how organizations can prepare their energy supply and infrastructure for future extreme weather.
What Does it Mean for the U.S. to Rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement?
On his first day in office, President Biden signed an executive order for the U.S to rejoin the Paris Agreement. What does this really mean for global organizations in 2021 and beyond?
How will the US Election Results Impact Energy & Sustainability*?
With the announcement of a Biden win, our experts take a closer look at how the new administration’s plans may impact your company’s energy and sustainability strategies.
What the new administration could mean for US renewables
John Powers, Vice President of Renewable Energy & Cleantech for Schneider Electric, discusses how the U.S. election results could impact renewable energy in the United States.