REsurety is excited to be joining a panel with other industry leaders.
REsurety attended GreenFin 23, the premier sustainable finance and investing event on June 26-28 in Boston. REsurety’s Co-Founder and CEO, Lee Taylor, was on the panel, Going Beyond Megawatt Hour Matching on June 26th at 4:00 pm, along with HASI, General Motors, TCR and Putnam Investments. Learn more about the session below.
Title: Going Beyond Megawatt Hour Matching
The release of the Scope 2 Guidance in 2015 coincided with significant growth in corporate voluntary procurement. It has been foundational to corporate decarbonization strategies ever since.
Corporate buyers, developers, NGOs and investors are ready to embrace an accounting framework that moves beyond the current approach of megawatt-hour matching to focus on emissions impact. Is it time to update corporate emissions accounting standards to ensure that clean energy investments maximize electricity decarbonization?
Chad Reed, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and ESG, HASI
Katherine Collins, Head of Sustainable Investing, Putnam Investments
Lee Taylor, Co-Founder and CEO, REsurety
Hank He, Director, Tabors Caramanis Rudkevich
Rob Threlkeld, Global Energy Strategy, General Motors
Learn more here.
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About the event
Despite ESG frameworks and rankings’ imperfections, they are impacting billions of investments. And, hundreds of trillions more are needed to realize a just transition to a decarbonized global economy.
GreenFin 23 will convene an influential audience of finance, investment and sustainability professionals to share insights, address key challenges and showcase leading sustainable financial products and services.
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