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Live Webinar: Why Sustainability Will Be the Driving Force Behind This Decade’s Biggest Innovations

Join us next week for a live webinar! How much do you know about data center decarbonization? How about sustainability at large in major companies? On March 29th, CleanTechnica’s CEO, Zachary Shahan, will be hosting a live webinar with a panel of thought leaders from big shots (panelists listed below) Hitachi and Intel to discuss these topics and more. 

Sustainability is moving from a nice-to-have to a strategic imperative that is improving business performance, reducing costs, building resiliency, and mitigating risks. Big stuff for the cleantech revolution — we love to hear it.

REGISTER HERE FOR OUR LIVE WEBINAR

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

2:00pm ET / 11:00am PT

These big moves toward more thoughtful enterprises are also energizing employees and customers, because who doesn’t want to be part of a more sustainable business world? Listen in as we chat about decarbonization of data centers and supply chains, deploying renewables, electrifying fleets, and beyond with these industry pros:

THE PANELISTS:

Justin Bean, Solution and Strategy Innovation, Sustainability & ESG @ Hitachi Global Social Innovation Business

Simon Weiher, Head of Portfolio Management and Product Marketing @ Hitachi Energy – Grid Integration Business

Jamie Belliveau, Sustainability Director, CESG @ Intel Corporation

There are plenty of opportunities to go green and see big business benefits. We at CleanTechnica want to know what companies are working on specifically to advance sustainability, along with how they can think about the right approach for their specific business. So we’ve compiled some leaders in sustainability and technology to learn how teams can catch the next wave of innovation and impact. The cleantech revolution is happening and we’re here to support and share the knowledge to keep it rolling.

Why Sustainability Will Be the Driving Force Behind This Decade’s Biggest Innovations

This article is supported by Hitachi.

 
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California native and long-time San Francisco resident, Danielle is passionate about all things sustainable. She loves hiking, backpacking, cycling, plant-based cooking, and traveling just about anywhere, near and far. With a background in project management, writing/editing, and communication, Danielle joined the CleanTechnica staff in 2020. She is thrilled to be part of this committed, enthusiastic team with a critical mission to foster the clean tech revolution.

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