Connecting infrastructure & nature and transforming workforce for sustainable green economy
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions impacting the key climate drivers
- Land subsidence
- Rising sea levels
- Increasing temperatures and heat waves
- Major storm events
Hard science and heavy
technology-based solutions are required for innovative and
operations and business processes
GGI’s 4D Partnership
Digitization – Approximately three gallons of water is used to make a sheet of paper and nineteen pounds of carbon dioxide is released into the air in the combustion process of a gallon of gasoline. Transform manual paper-based energy, utility, agriculture and other industrial operations and business processes into automated digital processes with sensors, software, communication networks, scientific analytics and advanced technologies, AI and IoT.
Decentralization – Proliferation of Distributed Energy Generators (DEGs), solar, wind, wave and fuel cell and Storage, battery and renewable hydrogen with advanced technology and hard science, Remote Sensing and Geophysical Analytics.
Disintermediation – Transforming unidirectional consumer-facing energy business model into multidirectional prosumer friendly model using smart contracting technology, Blockchain.
Decarbonization – Automation and digitization in the value chain aligned with progressive industry policies for cutting cost in sustainability initiatives resulting in cleaner air, energy, water and food security.
Incremental and modular approaches to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and monetize sustainability initiatives
- Technology enablement for proliferation of renewable and alternative cleaner energy and energy storage systems for environmental sustainability
- Automation of industrial and agricultural operations and uncovering new potentials for addressing climate change and ensuring energy, water and food security