Electricity 4.0: Powering the new electric world
When electric meets digital, it becomes Electricity 4.0, giving us new ways of distributing, seeing, and saving energy. The future is Electricity for Zero: zero waste, zero emissions, and zero-carbon. We are building the New Electric World by providing smart energy everywhere in our Homes, Buildings, Data Centers, Industries, Infrastructure, and Grids.
Electricity 4.0: Our fastest route to net-zero (infographic)
We are the first generation to truly know about climate change and be able to combat it. The good news is that current technologies already exist to deliver the net zero challenge that we all face.
How we reach zero-carbon energy independence
How organizations of all kinds can follow the science-based pathway to reach zero-carbon energy independence.
Why energy efficiency is the unsung hero of the fight against climate change
Double glazing and optimized air-con systems aren’t as sexy as 100-metre wind turbines and EVs – but the impact of energy efficiency could be immense.
Making mission possible: Delivering a net-zero economy
A net-zero global economy is possible by 2050. Clean electrification will be vital.
Making clean electrification possible
We have 30 years to electrify the global economy - discover under what conditions this is possible.
Making the hydrogen economy possible: Accelerating clean hydrogen in an electrified economy
Learn how private-sector collaboration and policy support can ramp up clean hydrogen production
Better energy, greater prosperity
We need to decarbonize while ensuring energy access for all. Clean electrification holds the key to achieve this. But how?
Any city can be a net zero city – this is how to start
The only way we can address climate change before it’s too late is to accelerate the transition of net zero cities
Renewable energy: Common myths debunked
These perceived obstacles for the mass adoption of clean, renewable energy technologies are quickly becoming outdated
The path to a greener future begins in our cities
Data doesn’t lie - and what it tells us is that cities consume 78% of the world’s primary energy and generate more than 60% of all carbon emissions, with the biggest contributors being buildings