To implement ESG requirements and accrue the benefits of full supply chain visibility, manufacturers require mature knowledge of ESG regulation, supply chain expertise and digital capabilities to extract and combine the relevant data from internal and external systems and source
Following the money: Why climate-related financial disclosures are a turning point for the energy transition
Net-zero and green economy goals increasingly require organizations to disclose transparently the financial risks posed by climate change. In this episode of our Energy Transition Talks podcast series, CGI experts Rich Hampshire, Matthew Ayearst and Peter Warren discuss the future...
As part of its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategy, CGI has partners with Project Seagrass, a global charity devoted to seagrass conservation.
CGI to partner with Poland on its energy sector transformation through delivery of a new Central Energy Market Information System
CGI selected to design, build, implement and support a next-generation Central Energy Market Information System (CSIRE) for Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne.
Why getting your data in order is key to enabling “speed to trusted action” for the energy transition
January 30, 2023 Utilities are dealing with exponential growth in the volume and complexity of data. At the same time, they are readying for the energy transition by preparing networks to support electrification and increased use of renewable energy resources, like wind, solar...
Circular economies have become central to discussions about addressing climate change and building a sustainable future in manufacturing. This article summarizes a recent panel discussion during the Power of Unified Manufacturing event on the concept of circular economies and the...
As part of AI4Whales, a program supported by the ESA Network of Resources Initiative, CGI in Germany developed a proof-of-concept (POC) that uses machine learning and Earth observation (EO) data to detect and track whales.