ENGIE Impact, which operates across 60 countries, identified three major hurdles that stand in the way of a successful transition to a zero-carbon future — and overcoming the annual estimated global transition gap of $2.5 trillion.
While data centres do not generate waste or products like other groups, this high energy- and water-use sector must prioritise their sustainability programs now as the demand for sustainability measures, clean energy and efficient facilities increases. Ian Whitfield addresses some of the challenges data centres face today,
There is no question that the scale of the sustainability transformation is immense. It involves new business models, operational processes, logistic and supply chains, product designs, and consumption habits. But in order to keep the sustainability promises businesses make to their stakeholders, we must take on the most complex sustainability challenges.
Three tips facility managers can use to improve building energy efficiency.
GE Renewable Energy has selected ENGIE Impact to help meet its aggressive zero-carbon goal by 2020.
ENGIE and ENGIE Impact leaders will be discussing the acceleration of climate action.
Entities now united under a common umbrella to create ENGIE Impact.
Businesses, cities and governments face new urgency to respond to the threat of climate change.
Marty Sieh, COO at ENGIE Impact, explains how sustainability can reduce costs in the industry.