The Industrial and business sector has a huge role to play in the growth and development of a country. It maintains the per capita income and provides a plethora of employment opportunities for people coming from different sectors of society. However, in recent years, as countries are taking integral measures to save the planet, businesses are also stepping up by smartly interweaving their business ideas with multiple sustainability initiatives.
This year, I have had the pleasure to be a part of the Global Judging panel in our annual student competition – Schneider Go Green in which we’ve assessed the participants’ projects, mentored and guided the seven finalist teams who shared their bold ideas, and pushed the boundaries of digital transformation in Energy Management around the world to re-shape innovation and a more sustainable future for our world, industry and our company.
Rueil-Malmaison, France, November 23, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Schneider Electric, the global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation and named the World’s Most Sustainable Corporation in 2021 by Corporate Knights, has today again been recognized as a Diversity Leader in a high-profile annual survey conducted by the Financial Times and Statista.
Bob Dylan famously wrote and sang, “The Times They Are A-Changin’” and this sentiment could not be more appropriate for the drastic transformation taking place in data centers around the world. But unlike the “anti-establishment” vibe of this 1960s anthem, what we are witnessing is social, political, and economic leaders and members of our society embracing the current perspective around sustainability in data centers.
The breakout of novel coronavirus in March 2020 has impacted almost all sectors of our society, be it healthcare, educational, or industrial. Steadily, every country is awakening to the importance of a clean, healthy, and sustainable future. In this article, we will bring under purview why it is imperative for industries to switch to sustainable energy.
First, let us begin by understanding the meaning of sustainable energy, also known as renewable energy, and how it can contribute to creating a more clean and eco-friendly future
In the fight against climate change, collaboration will be critical. Accordingly, today on COP26 - UN Climate Change Conference’s ‘Energy Day,’ we’re pleased to be one of 10 global pharma companies launching Energize, a new program to increase access to renewable energy for our supply chains. Together, we aim to engage our suppliers in bold climate action and work towards value chain decarbonization.