Judi Hess, Copperleaf CEO, speaks to Lisa Lambert, National Grid Chief Technology & Innovation Officer and National Grid Partners Founder & President, about how Copperleaf helps National Grid deliver on its ESG and financial goals.
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Anglian Water believes Copperleaf's optimization approach will offer greater customer value, enabling productivity benefits worth up to £50 million over a 5-year period.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) concerns have become a crucial factor in capital and resource planning for power generation projects.
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) pressures are adding complexity to investment planning and decision making.
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It’s with great pride that we saw one of our key clients, National Grid, become a Principal Partner of the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference—the world’s most important climate conference, COP26.
The 2021 Copperleaf ANZ Forum wrapped up after two successful days of networking, sharing, and learning! With an agenda driven by members of the Copperleaf Community in Australia and New Zealand
On October 31st, the COP26 summit starts in Glasgow, after a one-year postponement due to the pandemic. This hiatus and the profound changes triggered by the pandemic make COP26 even more crucial
The pressure on organizations to display their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) actions and initiatives has been increasing for the past few decades.
The increasingly urgent topic of global climate change is forcing organizations to take action. At the 2021 Copperleaf Summit, a panel of experts discussed the impacts of climate change
Read this case study to learn how the implementation of the Copperleaf® Decision Analytics Solution, empowers Anglian Water to innovate, achieve carbon reduction targets, and deliver greater value.
Anglian Water is a water and water recycling company that supplies services to roughly seven million people in England and Wales. Its service area has a long coastline and low rainfall in a low-lying
For more than two decades, the world has come together each year at the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties to negotiate a coordinated response to climate change. National Grid is a partner