Schneider Electric, in collaboration with the Clean Energy Business Council, reveals key pathways for the Middle East's decarbonization by 2060. The report, "Climate Horizon: Opportunities for a greener world in the Middle East," unveiled at COP28, underscores the vital role of energy services and economic transformation, fostering a climate-positive future in alignment with sustainable progress.
Schneider Electric, renowned for its digital energy management and automation initiatives, recently unveiled an insightful research report, "Climate Horizon: Opportunities for a greener world in the Middle East." Co-developed with the Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC), the report marks a strategic move by Schneider Electric's Sustainability Research Institute (SRI) towards elucidating potential pathways for the Middle East's decarbonization journey by 2060.
The report launch, spearheaded by Peter Herweck, CEO of Schneider Electric, Vincent Petit, Senior VP of Climate and Energy Transition Research, and Dr. Nasser H. Saidi, Chairman of Clean Energy Business Council, unveiled pivotal insights at the sidelines of COP28. This unveiling underscores Schneider Electric's steadfast commitment to energy-efficient solutions within the region and globally.
Dr. Nasser H. Saidi emphasized, "The report outlines two distinct future scenarios, emphasizing the critical role of energy services and advocating a radical economic transformation. Collaborating with Schneider Electric, we are enthusiastic about steering towards a climate-positive future in line with sustainable progress."
Vincent Petit highlighted the report's significance, offering comprehensive insights into the Middle East's energy landscape. It accentuates the delicate equilibrium between technological advancements and policy frameworks crucial for effective decarbonization. This study positions Schneider Electric as a thought leader actively contributing to sustainable practices and the transition towards a low-carbon future in the region.
The Schneider ElectricTM Sustainability Research Institute remains a frontrunner in sustainability research, underscoring Schneider Electric's unwavering dedication to steering global and local transitions towards a climate-positive future.
Schneider Electric's unveiling of the "Climate Horizon" report signifies a pivotal step towards envisioning decarbonization pathways for the Middle East by 2060. With an emphasis on energy services and economic transformation, this collaborative effort with the Clean Energy Business Council showcases a commitment to sustainable progress and echoes Schneider Electric's leadership in pioneering sustainable practices towards a low-carbon future in the region and beyond.