Join a fireside chat with Blair Sturm, Process Sustainability and Energy Sr. Manager at Saint-Gobain, to learn how one of the world’s largest building materials and applications companies is decarbonising both their facilities and operational processes. Hosted by Energy-as-a-Service provider, Redaptive.
Saint-Gobain has a history of finding solutions to complex problems. The world’s largest building materials and solutions company’s road to carbon neutrality is complex. It requires innovation, technological advancement, operational processes, funding solutions and human capital strategy. They know that achieving carbon neutrality is bigger than the effort of a single company. For Saint-Gobain, it means focusing on reducing the carbon emissions of industrial processes, materials, and applications markets by supporting the energy transition and reducing the impact of material use on both greenhouse gas emissions and resource intensity.
Learn how Saint-Gobain is working toward carbon neutrality by 2050. In this session, we’ll discuss critical success stories along Saint-Gobain’s journey, as well as the key challenges in the road ahead.
Julia Berg, Partnerships Executive, Redaptive, Inc.
Julia Berg is passionate about supporting the decarbonisation strategies of commercial and industrial companies through Energy-as-a-Service. Having spent the first decade of her career working with climate tech startups at the law firm, Wilson Sonsini, and Big 4 consulting firm, Deloitte, Julia joined Redaptive in 2018 to build out the product deployment of various sustainable building technologies. Her current role focuses on scaling channel partnerships across sustainability, energy services, facilities management, and technology providers to grow Energy-as-a-Service’s role in addressing customers’ carbon reduction targets.
Blair Sturm is the Process Sustainability & Energy Sr. Manager for Saint Gobain North American. In this role, Blair is responsible for the sustainability performance of Saint-Gobain’s 130+ manufacturing sites across the US and Canada ensuring that they have the necessary plans and support to achieve their 2025 and 2030 interim goals as well as the long-term goal to achieve net zero carbon by 2050. Achieving these goals involves leading the organisation’s pursuit of renewable energy, as well as the implementation of efficiency and decarbonisation opportunities accomplished through internal initiatives and strategic partnerships.