The world is in transition. Building the framework for a clean energy future is now high on the priority lists of organisations, policymakers, and most of all, the public
The world is in transition. Building the framework for a clean energy future is now high on the priority lists of organisations, policymakers, and most of all, the public. This new world, where we as an international community utilise the full potential of clean energy sources, can only be achieved through collective, global cooperation. Using what we already know, we have a strong foundation to build upon.
At Vysus Group, we’re evolving our way of thinking and operating so that we can play our part. Introducing Planit22...
Percentage of respondents to our survey that say their company has hired more people to help with transitioning to clean energy.
At Vysus Group, we see the challenges that the sustainability transition will no doubt create as opportunities to take what we already have and make it better, for the benefit of us all. In order to attain that, we have to adapt our thinking and where necessary, our methodology. This is where our new focus for the coming year comes in, which we have branded Planit22.
Planit22 goes beyond company policy. It goes beyond our corporate objectives and is a platform to galvanise our four pillars to help us be audacious, pioneering, stimulating and grounded. We must never forget this. It is our pledge to all stakeholders, to drive towards a sustainable future and embed a culture that works towards this with leadership and collective enterprise.
Thinking holistically about hydrogen’s place in the energy transition
As energy operators across the world come to terms with the continuously changing nature of the energy transition, the need for a wide-lens view of the situation is clear. This includes knowing the capabilities and pitfalls of renewable energy sources at our fingertips, hydrogen being one that is especially prevalent. Kees van Wingerden, an expert with more than 45 years’ experience in industrial safety and infrastructure development, makes the case for holistic thinking and planning for the ‘new’ energy landscape.