COP28 Conference Series – Exclusive C-levels Panels N3 : French Innovations in Decarbonisation - 5th December

Schneider Electric & CCI France UAE Takeaways at COP28: Exclusive C-levels Panels No.3 on “French Innovations in Decarbonisation” (Dec 5th ).

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On Day 6 of COP28, dedicated to “Energy and Industry, Just Transition and indigenous Peoples”, we were honored to participate in the “French Innovations in Decarbonisationpanel. The event was notably opened by our French Ambassador, H.E. Mr. Nicolas Niemtchinow, who highlighted the critical importance of collaboration and partnerships in achieving sustainability goals.

The panel provided practical and insightful examples, showcasing the substantial contributions of leading French industry, consulting, and construction players in the decarbonisation transition. Key Highlights included:

· Olivier BLUM of Schneider Electric, Executive Vice President, Energy Management Business, Member of the Executive Committee,who focused on developing building climate strategies rooted in essential data collection;

· Julie CRANGA from Technip Energies, VP Business Development CO2 Management, delved into electrification, Green Hydrogen and Green Fuel engineering, and CCUS ( Carbon Capture for usage and storage);

· Pascal EVEILLARD of Saint-Gobain,Director, Sustainable Business Development, discussed the ai of creating a better world through sustainability as a strategic driver.

Our Key Takeaways :

1. Data-Driven Climate Strategy: building climate strategies based on essential data collection, with innovative solutions to assist partners and customers in their decarbonizationefforts. The mantra: “Digital Make the Invisible Visible”

2. Electrification and Green Engineering: Emphasizing electrification, green hydrogen, and green fuel engineering, CCUS along with new components market in cement industry in particular. Highlighting the need for partnerships in transitioning towards a sustainable future, stressing the collective and individual efforts required for a sustainable lifestyle and economy.

3. Sustainable Technology and Efficiency: Focusing on technology access and partnerships, even with competitors, to advance in sustainability. This includes three main objectives: producing lighter products, enhancing efficiency through data management (“Without Data, You're Nowhere”), and promoting renewable energy use, exemplified by a plant operating entirely on electricity and aiming for net zero.

The session was skillfully moderated by Stephanie BRETONNIERE, CEO-WEIMPACT.WORLD

Special thanks to Capucine Jeunet and the outstanding team at Schneider Electric for their impeccable organization of this insightful panel.

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