Supply Chain & International Collaboration
Empowering large energy customers and their suppliers with the resources necessary to streamline clean energy procurement across national and global supply chains.
Large clean energy customers, like multi-national corporations, have long championed clean energy as a means to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across operations and facilities. Recognizing the power of a market demand signal, the number of corporations setting supply chain, or scope 3, emissions reductions goals has steadily increased with the recognition that emissions extend beyond the built environment to a company’s products and services.
Reducing scope 3 emissions can be a daunting task – from determining where to begin the journey, to identifying the value chain areas with greatest emissions reductions potential, to engaging suppliers and relevant partners – but the opportunity for impact is immense. Supply chain emissions are 11.4 times greater than a company’s direct operations, so it’s vital to effectively engage supply chain partners to set emissions targets, source sustainable materials, and report impacts.
CEBA members have access to exclusive tools, resources, and engagement opportunities through the Supply Chain program to support collaboration with supply chain partners, including:
- Supplier Offer, special access to CEBA benefits for supply chain partners to accelerate decarbonization efforts.
- Future of Supply Chain Energy newsletter update and discussion series to learn from industry leaders that have successfully engaged supply chain partners to reduce emissions.
- Resources developed in collaboration with experienced large energy customers to navigate domestic and international clean energy procurement.
- Future of Internet Power and Future of Real Estate Power solutions to reduce emissions from data services and the built environment.
Interested in previewing how CEBA can support your international clean energy goals? Join the International Connection Platform and participate in an upcoming Worldwide Wednesday discussion.