Free webinar: Achieving Net Zero Carbon at Saint-Gobain

Free webinar: Achieving Net Zero Carbon at Saint-Gobain - Carbon Herald

Join the free webinar to find out what one of the world’s leaders in building materials and applications Saint-Gobain is doing to decarbonize its operations and its facilities. Blair Sturm, Process Sustainability and Energy Sr. Manager at Saint-Gobain, will be sharing this and other exciting climate steps on December 8th, 2021, at 3pm GMT (7am PDT). 

The webinar is hosted by Energy-as-a-Service provider, Redaptive.

To register for this free online event, you can fill out the form here

Speakers:

Host: Julia Berg, Partnerships Executive, Redaptive, Inc.

Panellist: Blair Sturm, Process Sustainability and Energy Sr. Manager, Saint-Gobain

Saint-Gobain is one of the global leaders in construction materials and has an extensive history of solving complex problems. 

The company’s journey to carbon neutrality is also a complex one that requires action on multiple levels: technology, innovation, operational processes and human capital. 

Saint-Gobain is well aware that achieving net zero emissions will take way more than the input of just a single company, and hence is focused on supporting the energy transition and reducing both the resource and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity of its materials. 

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The December 8th webinar will reveal how exactly Saint-Gobain is working to fulfill its carbon neutrality by 2050 pledge, including success stories and critical challenges.

Here are some of the key takeaways:

  • Using low-carbon fuels as a way to decarbonize processes that require extremely high temperatures (e.g., green hydrogen);
  • New funding structures and technological innovation are critical to achieving carbon neutrality;
  • A data-driven approach can help determine energy efficiency and provides the ability to make an informed a strategy;
  • No one can do it all alone – it is necessary to engage industry peers, service providers and experts.

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