Collective climate action & digital innovation for a better world
What does a net zero world look like? The future of energy and sustainable infrastructure is brimming with possibilities. Discover how Wood is collaborating with Microsoft in advancing the energy transition with data-driven sustainability solutions for pioneering organisations around the world.
What does a net zero world look like?
Do carbon-absorbing skyscrapers come to mind? What about green public spaces where acres of parking lots once stood, or hydrogen heated homes? How do millions of green jobs sound? The future of energy and sustainable infrastructure is brimming with possibilities - and it will take more than a village to get us there.
From innovative infrastructure and reinvented supply chains, to carbon capture and renewable energy, many roads lead to net zero. It will take the pioneering and the risk-takers, the institutions and disrupters - all of us - to chart the path forward.
How do we get there?
Built over more than a century by industrialists, engineers, environmentalists, and data scientists, Wood is turning ambitious net zero targets into real emissions reduction through data-driven sustainability solutions. Today, Wood helps the many stakeholders who are determined to create a decarbonised future by unlocking solutions that only technology can solve.
With advanced emissions-monitoring technology created in partnership with Microsoft, and proprietary decarbonisation methodologies, our experts are accelerating energy transition journeys.
Discover how Wood is advancing the energy transition with data-driven sustainability solutions for pioneering organisations around the world.
Wood and Microsoft are delivering sustainable solutions for their clients
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