Infrastructure

Why the world needs a fresh take on smart and sustainable infrastructure

Industry must take a new approach to develop more smart and sustainable infrastructure. Image: Unsplash / @iamjsullivan

Philippe Delorme

Executive Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer, Europe Operations, Schneider Electric

Mike Haigh

Infrastructure Adviser: Net-Zero and Sustainable Infrastructure, Mott MacDonald

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Philippe Delorme, Schneider Electric & Mike Haigh, Mott MacDonald Group

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