Schneider Electric calls for action in the decarbonisation process

Our actions in the field of combating climate change can accelerate and halve carbon dioxide emissions by 2030, he said Schneider Electric, a company that is recognized as a leader when it comes to the digital transformation of energy management and automation. Schneider Electric was named the most sustainable company in the world in 2021 by Corporate Kights. At the very beginning of the conference Innovation Summit 2021, in his introductory address, the President and CEO of Schneider Electric Jean-Pascal Tricoar emphasized the importance of achievable strategies with the aim of achieving zero net emissions in the report “The goal by 2030: The race against time” prepared by the Schneider Electric Institute for Sustainable Research.

At the annual Innovation Summit, Schneider Electric presented digital and sustainable innovations in the fields of energy management and automation.

Urgent action is needed in the decarbonization process

In his introductory address at the Innovation Summit, Tricoar called on those present to adopt the most important decarbonisation measures. He presented Schneider Electric’s research as a basis for staying on track and limit global temperature rise. This report details the need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 30 to 50% this decade, compared to current levels. Without such engagement, it becomes almost impossible to limit global temperature rise below 1.5 ° C as presented at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

The model of the Schneider Electric Institute for Sustainable Research shows the feasibility of and the affordability of reducing emissions of 10 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide per year by 2030. The report pays special attention to the global emission of a group of greenhouse gases.

The institute believes that the only realistic path to success is the application of proven digital technologies with enhanced electrification as the fastest way to decarbonize buildings, transportation and industry. This approach buys time to deal with sectors where change is more difficult. The model clearly shows that other strategies would overburden consumers.

“Despite the importance of the current moment in which the importance of sustainability is recognized and the fact that an increasing number of companies are adopting ambitious goals in order to combat climate change, this research indicates the need to accelerate. At Schneider Electric, we are always part of the solution. Aiming to support organizations seeking gradual decarbonisation and meeting climate change strategies, we are accelerating the expansion of our global consulting services to address the growing need for significant progress towards energy transition goals. and activities in the fight against climate change, “said Tricoar. “What organizations need today is a trusted partner that combines strategic planning and goal setting in accordance with proven results in the implementation of solutions in order to achieve faster and more visible results. After successfully overcoming many challenges in the field of sustainability and applying the world’s leading digital and electrical solutions in our premises, we are currently in a good position from which we can help others to progress faster and better. “

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