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Net zero strategy


Halve your emissions by 2030 and become a net zero enterprise by 2035.

Organizations now need to deliver on their climate change pledges. There’s a lot of work to be done. But this is what it takes to achieve the carbon reduction targets set by the Paris Agreement. Our Net Zero Strategy and Capgemini Low Carbon Navigator benchmarking tool provide bespoke solutions.

Accelerating the adoption of climate tech

The transition to net zero is no longer a choice. Accelerated climate degradation, growing consumer awareness, increased regulations for carbon-emitting industries, new emerging business models, and innovative technologies are driving the urgency to act now or be left behind. 

Driven by science-based targets, our Net Zero Strategy sets a trajectory that will move you from pledge to actionable decarbonization strategy – fast.

Our Benchmark tool provides valuable insight

We have developed a comprehensive toolkit comprising a unique benchmarking resource, including decarbonization strategies and levers from more than 400 leader companies, across 25 industries.

Armed with this bespoke information, we can accelerate your carbon reduction with a realistic roadmap design, decarbonization levers assessment, governance design, and practical strategies for renewable energy sourcing and carbon offsetting.

Find out more about the Capgemini Low Carbon Navigator – our Benchmarking tool.

Our approach to developing and delivering a practical and tailored net-zero strategy is based on these four pillars, each with defined objectives and structure.

“Working with our clients, we help set up ambitious but realistic bespoke roadmaps to secure our clients’ transition to a net-zero world and engineer together a more sustainable future.” 

Corinne Jouanny, Head of Portfolio and Industry Centers of Excellence, Capgemini

Expert voices

Arthur Arrighi de Casanova

Arthur discusses how Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPA) can help define renewable energy strategy

Kara Pecknold

Kara shares how a major automotive player defines a new circular economy purpose

Kiri Trier

Kiri takes us through the ‘ideation workshop’ that helped our client speed up their Sustainability goal

Elodie Asselin

Elodie elucidates on our three-step approach that contributed to the success of our client in achieving their CSR targets

Maelle Bouvier

Key points to accelerate sustainable transformation by Maelle.

Client stories


How organizations can empower consumers and transition to a circular economy.

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55 Tech Quests to accelerate Europe’s recovery and pave the way to climate neutrality.

Meet our experts

Kiri Trier

Arthur Arrighi de Casanova

Head of Sustainable Futures, Capgemini Invent France
Arthur has over 10 years of experience leading exclusively sustainability and energy transition engagements, supporting clients in the development of related strategies. At Capgemini Invent, in recent years, Arthur has applied his expertise to the creation of climate and growth strategies, renewables development, green power sourcing, market analysis, transformational roadmaps, business due diligence, new business model design, and go-to-market support.

Elodie Asselin

Florent Andrillon

Group Climate Tech leader, Capgemini
Florent leads clean tech business development with all sustainability teams across the Group. He has more than 20 years of experience in the energy and utilities sector, helping clients to achieve their sustainability goals and transition to a low-carbon economy. He has a strong focus on the energy, resources, and clean tech market, as well as on sustainability, climate, and energy transition issues. He leverages Capgemini’s capabilities and its external partners to deliver innovative and impactful solutions.