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With concern over the impact of climate change mounting, power companies worldwide are turning to alternative technologies to meet global demand for energy in a cleaner and more sustainable way.
As the epicenter of the technology revolution moves away from personal computing and smartphones and toward transport, energy and urban living, a new breed of industry leader is shaping the agenda for the future.
In 2018, Hyundai signed a landmark contract to provide 1,000 hydrogen trucks in Switzerland.
Far from the spotlight, long-established manufacturers of heavy vehicles are developing zero-emission buses and trucks which could transform the sustainability of road haulage, logistics and passenger transport.
All global industries will reduce the content of labor in their processes and new, more sophisticated jobs will be created.
The benefits of electrification extend well beyond a mining company’s bottom line.
While most car manufacturers have been slow to respond to the rise of the kick scooter, Barcelona-based SEAT has seized the opportunity to develop an innovative new mobility solution.
By 2030, Anglo American aims to halve its extraction of freshwater in water-scarce regions and take its overall sustainability performance to an entirely new level.
"Smart grids are the necessary support to the rise of renewable energy and the emergence of consumers who generate their own electricity." Livio Gallo, Head of Global Infrastructure and Networks, Enel