According to a recent press release, “ENGIE Impact, the solutions and services company that’s accelerating sustainability transformation worldwide, today announced that it has extended its relationship with Verizon to optimize resource data and provide strategic, analytics-based insights to help the company meet its sustainability targets. For more than 13 years, ENGIE Impact has collaborated with Verizon, a global leader in delivering innovative communications and technology solutions, to build a holistic view of the company’s energy and water performance across all business units, helping to improve resource productivity to support Verizon’s sustainability goals. ‘Digital solutions are the foundation for large scale sustainability transformation, which is extremely complex and impact all aspects of a business,’ said Olivier Biancarelli Executive Vice President of Customer Solutions at ENGIE. ‘Verizon sets an extremely high standard for applying resource data and analytics in a holistic way, which is critical to setting achievable sustainability objectives and measuring progress toward those objectives’.”
The release goes on, “With Verizon’s goal to source renewable energy equal to 50 percent of its total electric usage by 2025, ENGIE Impact will provide the critical data that Verizon requires to analyze and shape its renewable energy strategy, including the design and implementation of the company’s procurement strategies with the optimization of renewable energy sources. ENGIE Impact will also continue to collaborate closely with Verizon to support other sustainability initiatives, including waste management and carbon reduction efforts. For example, ENGIE Impact will continue to provide the data disclosures necessary for Verizon’s reporting into the Carbon Data Project (CDP) as well as supporting the company’s ENERGY STAR® programs. This collaboration has help Verizon earn the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for Sustained Excellence every year since 2015.”
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