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Five home energy hacks to reduce your carbon footprint

Featured article by Manish Pant from Schneider Electric - everyone can reduce their carbon footprint through these simple energy hacks.

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The New Normality

Featured article by Barbara Fei, taken from Schneider Electric blog - The new normal sees corporate responsibility synonymous with sustainability and social responsibility.

Pandemic Highlights Need for Holistic Hospital IT-OT Cybersecurity

Ever since the beginning of the global pandemic, there have been many cyber-criminals trying to exploit this crisis. Enhanced cybersecurity is critical for the future of healthcare. Find out more.

Smart Buildings and IoT: The Answer to Driving Efficiency While Maximising Occupant Comfort

The opportunity is huge – potentially more than $6 trillion in building-related economic activity by 2025, according to a McKinsey Global Institute analysis. Combining the information generated in a building with outside weather data for instance will help reduce the 30 percent wasted energy common in commercial buildings.

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Electrification of Transport at the Convergence of Mobility, Energy for the Future - Smarter City Transformations

As urbanization increases — an additional 2.5 billion people will live in cities by 2050 — cities and suburbs will undergo significant transformations to create sustainable living conditions for their residents. Energy and mobility are the twin pillars of these transformations, and both will require radical adaptation to meet the demographic and economic growth without increasing congestion and pollution. 

Why our Green, Decentralized Energy Future Needs Collaboration

Today’s global movement towards progressively cheaper, more renewable energy generation is also a shift towards an energy landscape that is more distributed and dominated by smaller players. With this increasingly decentralized landscape, we need to start collaborating to ensure a green future. 

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The Future is Bright. Let’s invent the New Electric World!

When considering the idea of the new electric world, discussion has long centered around questions of uncertainty – how much will it cost to implement? Is it going to be feasible? What are the economic incentives? Are we even ready?

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