Register Now for October 26th Webinar on Climate
We’ve added a new webinar to the lineup — a climate-focused webinar on October 26th detailing RE100, EP100, and SteelZero Initiatives.
With the COP26 (Conference of Parties) around the corner and an increasing number of companies committing to net-zero emissions targets, the climate conversation is center stage, and expectations for businesses to act will continue to increase. This presents a unique opportunity for companies to lead by example while ensuring they are well-positioned against climate risk and to take advantage of the energy transition.
During this one-hour webinar kicking off at 9:00 AM EDT on October 26, The Climate Group — an international nonprofit driving climate action across a global network of more than 425 multinational businesses — will present three exciting initiatives and opportunities for business leadership:
- EP100 (energy productivity)
- RE100 (renewable electricity)
- SteelZero (sustainable steel)
Click here to head to the AIAG Store to register.
Free DOE Webinar Recording Ready
Did you miss out on our latest webinar with Eli Levine and Thomas Wenning from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)? Check out the free recording now.
Register today for this complimentary recording to learn more about DOE’s Better Plants and 50001 Ready programs that help U.S. manufacturers develop mature energy management programs and identify energy efficiency and cost saving opportunities. Levine and Wenning also detail the no-cost tools, resources and initiatives DOE offers to support US manufacturing competitiveness and decarbonization efforts.
This webinar explores how DOE helps US manufacturers become 50001 Ready- recognized and ISO 50001-certified, signifying that they have achieved the international standard for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and improving their energy management system.
They will conclude by discussing the Better Plants Low Carbon Pilot program, which will help DOE understand and demonstrate how to achieve real carbon dioxide emission reductions.
Approx. Run time: 56:17 minutes.