How to manage the low-carbon transition in supply chains
In this podcast, act renewable Managing Director, Rasmus Nedergaard and Liam Salter, CEO for RESET Carbon, discuss the importance and complexity in engaging and transitioning large supply chains to low-emission production. Tune-in and learn more about how to deal with one of the biggest challenges multinational corporates are facing, in their pursuit of carbon neutrality and achieving the ambitious targets set.
The Vietnam DPPA pilot – a deep dive
Our learnings from the program, what makes it a unique opportunity and how should corporates consider their position prior to engaging – we take a closer look and make recommendations based on our involvement to date.
Tackling supply chain emissions: a corporate perspective
In our latest video, Tracy Nilsson, Senior Director: Global Environment for the Supply Chain at adidas, and Rasmus Nedergaard, MD at act renewable, discussed the major challenges faced by corporates and give their recommendations for tackling the complexities to drive emission reduction in the supply chain.
Webinar – A Corporate’s First Steps on the Path to Renewables
Listen again to understand what Corporates must consider in planning a renewable energy transition.
– The process needed to build a Corporate Renewable Roadmap
– Identifying key risks & opportunities across the global operation
– Understanding Renewable Energy technology trends & procurement models
– Combining the global Renewable Energy outlook with current and future energy needs
PPAs are not always the answer to the corporate renewable transition
How can corporates of all sizes pursue renewable energy? In this paper, we focus on the Power Purchase Agreement – one of the most prominent means of procuring renewable energy – its benefits, limitations and alternative models available to help you on the path to a successful transition.
Can corporates truly become a driving force behind the renewable energy transition?
During Europe’s leading corporate energy procurement event RE-Source, Managing Director of act renewable Rasmus Nedergaard gave an interview on why multinational companies go renewable and how they can approach, as well as accelerate, their renewable energy transition.
How tradeable Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs) can play a valuable role in a corporate Renewable Energy Strategy
Find all the answers to the questions multinational corporations have regarding tradeable EACs and their relevance to your business, on your journey to renewables. What value can EACs add? What type should you purchase and what should you be paying attention to?
Renewable Energy – good for the planet, even better for businesses
A business powered by 100% renewable energy – a challenge too far or an opportunity to position yourself as a market leader? It’s a question facing the corporate world.
Sourcing renewable energy is high on the agenda for many corporations in Asia due to significant market opportunities to drive down energy costs and achieve sustainability targets. That is why act renewable hosted two webinars on the corporate renewable energy transition in cooperation with SolarPlaza, RE100 and WRI in September 2018. You can listen to the webinars and find out more about what corporate renewable energy options are available in Asia, what is coming and how corporations can benefit.
Corporate Renewable Energy transition in South-East Asia
The first webinar was held by Alex Perera, Deputy Director of WRI’s Energy Program, and Liam Salter, Founder and CEO at RESET Carbon, Ltd. and Board Member at act renewable, on 20 September 2018. It includes a regional overview on the energy markets, together with current and upcoming corporate renewable energy options in South-East Asia.
Corporate Renewable Energy Transition in China
Shailesh Telang, Technical Manager at CDP working on the RE100 campaign in India, and Rasmus Nedergaard, Managing Director of act renewable, hosted a second webinar on 27 September 2018, which focused on market conditions and opportunities in China, as well as the resulting options and barriers facing corporates.