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WBCSD Virtual Meeting - Future proofing your energy strategy through value chain collaboration - Shared screen with speaker view
Tamara Enzler
35:07
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Tamara Enzler
50:44
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Tamara Enzler
01:17:02
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Aysu Katun
01:45:20
1) For required projects that have longer payback terms or unfavorable financing options, how do you fund those types of projects and get the buy-in internally? 2) What percentage of your energy/decarbonization projects are internally financed and what percentage are externally financed?
Veman-ITC-Hyderabad,India
01:47:08
Has WBCSD developed any platform to bring awareness on energy efficient technologies for different sectors
Raul Alfaro-Pelico (ACCIONA)
01:47:50
Many thanks for the presentations! Quick question Mariana: you had separated governance from engagement in the stepped approach. Would not engagement come first? Thinking of how great governance initiatives get stuck due to lack of preliminary engagement/buy-in...
Rutger van der Zanden
01:58:58
Hi Veman - WBCSD has an extensive set of guidelines published on this dedicated website: https://wbcsdpublications.org/integrated-energy-strategy/
Rutger van der Zanden
01:59:53
it provides separate guidance on low carbon sourcing, energy efficiency, as well as numerous business cases on specific technologies
Maria Pia Cappiello
02:00:28
Concerning the biggest barriers to decarbonize the energy consumption, it came out that the first barrier is ROI/ payback period and as second one the availability of business models. How do you address these two issues?