Decarbonization Strategies For Industrials
Lowering our globe’s emissions is a major effort as we move toward a future net-zero-carbon environment, and will require significant investment in new low-carbon infrastructure, along with key market incentives to change. Industry will play a key part in this transformation, requiring expertise in both energy and emissions. Key elements of the decarbonization strategy are: energy data, emissions reporting method, governance, decarb project generation and drivers, the MACC, electrification, and the decarbonization checklist. For a zero carbon future, it will be key for business leaders to understand decarbonization, anticipate technological changes, and implement new business methods and processes to remain good stewards of the environment.
Ron Miller is an energy industry expert creating value by analyzing assets, markets, technologies, and power usage to identify, monetize, and implement profitable energy projects. He is a Professional Engineer/MBA/Certified Energy Manager/Renewable Energy Professional experienced in developing and leading energy projects in the renewable energy, conventional power, and fuels industries. He has led energy project development at ExxonMobil, Xcel Energy, AECOM, and Rio Tinto, and is currently the Director of Energy with Newmont Corporation. Ron holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA in Finance from the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.