Today, energy resilience is becoming a strategic issue for companies, they are all turning to new technologies on a massive scale to reconcile their environmental challenges with reducing their exposure to energy markets.
What is the role of data in the greening of the economy? How can it accelerate the efforts and results of companies? What is the real impact?
11 business leaders active throughout the data lifecycle share their visions and solutions:
- Tech for green: how have major economic players digitalized their processes to reduce their environmental impact?
- Greentechs: how have new technologies emerged to support the strategies of these companies, and how have these new players controlled their environmental impact themselves?
- Green for tomorrow: how should our society control the use of data to reconcile social, economic, and environmental issues?
At the heart of this collection of essays, these opinion leaders question the notion of the ecological balance of data and inspire economic actors to take action.
WITH THE CONTRIBUTIONS FROM:
Brune POIRSON, ACCOR | Marie-Caroline BÉNÉZET, SMCP | Xavier PERRET, AZURE MICROSOFT FRANCE | Julien GROUES, AMAZON WEB SERVICES | Christophe NEGRIER, ORACLE FRANCE | Michaël TRABBIA, ORANGE | Chloé CLAIR, NAMR | Arno PONS, DIGITAL NEW DEAL | Gilles BABINET, CONSEIL NATIONAL DU NUMERIQUE | Maya NOËL, FRANCE DIGITALE | Vincent SCIANDRA, METRON
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METRON is a French CleanTech company founded in 2013, specialized in improving energy efficiency, operating performance, reducing energy costs and carbon footprint. Through its 10 international offices in EMEA, LATAM and APAC, supported by nearly 200 employees, METRON supports the greening of more than 100 international industrial groups throughout the evolution of their digital maturity.