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The Electrified Future: Sustainability Transformation in Transportation and Energy

The Electrified Future: Sustainability Transformation in Transportation and Energy The Electrified Future: Sustainability Transformation in Transportation and Energy

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The Electrified Future: Sustainability Transformation in Transportation and Energy

Renewables and electric vehicle (EV) fleets are growing as part of the electricity network. With the help of intelligent digital energy management, this trend can drive sustainability. Electric utilities, commercial & Industrial service providers, Fortune 500s, and governments are looking to reduce their carbon footprints and meet Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) targets, making this transition not only the right thing to do but also a business opportunity. With the right strategy and technology, organizations can reduce risks and costs, leveraging new business models and increasing resiliency in the face of volatile energy prices and supply chains.

Join industry experts to discover the promise of an increasingly electrified future, including the use case of Snohomish County Public Utility District (SnoPUD) – a public utility based in Everett, Washington – that partnered with Hitachi to meet current energy needs and those ahead by building an advanced microgrid that delivers reliable and resilient power for their operations, powers the grid with electric vehicles through vehicle to grid (V2G), and runs their facilities on 100 percent renewable power.

At this event, you will learn:


  • What is possible, how to embark on this journey, and how to overcome potential challenges to realize the many benefits of the energy transition.
  • How the electrification of fleets and transportation contributes to sustainability, not only for society but also for companies and fleet operators.
  • Which industries have the most to gain and what they stand to gain.
  • Why digitalization is the enabler for both sustainability and more electrification.
  • What energy storage, electric vehicles, community solar, and microgrids can do for you, and how they combine to enable a more robust electric vehicle strategy.


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