In this webinar Michelle ASH, Gavin MANN, and Graeme STANWAY discuss the rising pressure on the mining industry as groups look towards reducing their emissions by relying on energy storage systems to increase their renewable power consumption.
Powering a modern mine using traditional fossil fuel may seem like the safe option today, but what will investors, future employees, and broader society think in five, ten, twenty years? How will investing in the transition to renewable energy today impact your mine’s operation and bottom line tomorrow?
Metals and minerals are essential in the worldwide effort to de-carbonize the economy. Virtually all clean energy technologies require them. However, just because metals and minerals are vital to the future, it does not mean that investors, employees, and society will ignore how they are produced in the present.
Over the next few years, the mining industry will come under increasing scrutiny to adopt clean energy technologies to power industrial processes. It is however, just not possible to switch overnight to solar power or to an entirely new fleet of electric vehicles. Changes like these take significant research and investment. Join our panelists to learn how they will illustrate on embarking on these changes now that is far less risky –– in environmental, social, and financial terms –– than continuing with the fossil-fuel status quo.
In this webinar, hear from our panelists as they discuss: