The Reality of Going to Net Zero Carbon Emissions

With the number of companies making commitments to shift to 100% renewable energy doubling since 2017, it is important for both companies and individuals to understand the technical aspects of achieving net-zero.

In this webcast, learn about Schneider Electric’s journey to become ranked the world’s most sustainable corporation by Corporate Knights. John Westerman, Schneider Electric’s Director of Microgrid Project Development and Engineering, will discuss the challenges and constraints related to achieving net-zero through sustainable, modular, and scalable microgrids. John will focus on site electrification, fleet electrification, distributed energy resources, clean fuels, and other off sets.

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  • Renewable Energy World's content team members help deliver the most comprehensive news coverage of the renewable energy industries. Based in the U.S., the UK, and South Africa, the team is comprised of editors from Clarion Energy's myriad of publications that cover the global energy industry.

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