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Engaging Suppliers on Renewable Energy Sourcing
As retailers make progress on addressing their own clean energy needs, their attention is shifting to their supply chain. Many companies find a majority of their emissions fall under the Scope 3 umbrella, making engagement with the value chain critical for progressive action on decarbonization.
Walmart and Schneider Electric have partnered on a first-of-its-kind approach to supply chain engagement on renewables, using an aggregated cohort model to deliver greater market access to suppliers previously unable to access the market on their own. In this session, Joby Carlson from Walmart and Mike Nolan from Schneider Electric will discuss the program and share their insights into how retailers can improve their own supply chain accessibility.

Dec 10, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mike Nolan
Manager, Gigaton PPA Program @Schneider Electric
Mike is part of the Energy & Sustainability Services consulting arm of Schneider Electric where he is responsible for renewable energy and cleantech client development for some of the largest brands in the world. Mike manages the Walmart Gigaton PPA™ Program, working closely with participating suppliers to educate them about renewable energy procurement and to advance their success. Mike has spent the last 11 years focused on client management in the energy space. He holds a degree in Journalism from St. Michael’s College.
Joby Carlson
Director, Global Sustainability @Walmart
Joby is responsible for Walmart’s enterprise-wide sustainability strategies. In this role he develops and executes policies and programs related to carbon emissions, energy, water and land. Joby works closely with Walmart’s operations and supply chain teams in the U.S. and over thirteen international markets to ensure the proper resources, processes and controls are in place to ensure achievement of public commitments while continuously reducing costs and risks for the business. Joby also leads the energy pillar of Walmart’s Project Gigaton™ and is the primary champion of Gigaton PPA™. Joby holds a M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering and B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.