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Schneider Electric calls for contributions to uncover Australia’s sustainability impact

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Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is calling on Australian decision-makers in specialist sectors including IT, mining, and power and grid to participate in its annual Sustainability Index. 

Now in its fourth year, the Sustainability Index is an annual evolving longitudinal study of Australian organisations to stimulate discussion and inspire change on Australia’s move from intention to outcomes on the net zero agenda and energy management.

Schneider Electric is looking for business decision-makers across Australia to build out its sample to exceed 600 to share their thoughts on sustainability and decarbonisation. Of special interest are organisations that align to the following categories: 

  • Data centres and cloud service providers

  • Mining, metals, and minerals

  • Power and grid

  • Healthcare

  • Commercial real estate

The anonymous survey is open until Sunday 7 April 2024. The results from the fourth annual study will be released publicly as a part of a wider industry report on 31 July 2024.

For more information, read last year’s report here.


Contact details:

schneider@iconagency.com.au

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