Event strives to drive a sustainable future
To support the shift to a low-carbon world and meet net-zero emissions goals, businesses and individuals must change their day-to-day activities. There is no time to lose. Industries, including the food industry, must operate in a safe, efficient and reliable manner to not only comply with local standards and legislation but to contribute to a better, more sustainable future.
In collaboration with Engineers Australia, Emerson is hosting a digital event where industry experts will share how to leverage proven automation solutions and local expertise to support the journey to a sustainable future. Experts will explore innovative technologies that can support this journey by reducing emissions, transitioning to renewable energy sources and reaching sustainability goals.
Speakers include Australian Hydrogen Council CEO Dr Fiona Simon; Emerson Chief Sustainability Officer Mike Train; OSI Associate Vice President, Distribution and Smart Grid Sally Jacquemin; OSI Senior Director, Utilities, Dan Candotti; Emerson Automation Solutions Project Consultant Jon Weidenbaum; and Emerson Automation Solutions Digital Transformation Lead Steffen Terreblanche.
What: Driving a Sustainable Future
When: 3 June, 1.00–4.30 pm AEST
Web: Click here.
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