Methane is a potent greenhouse gas with more than 70 times the climate warming impact of carbon dioxide over a 20-year timespan. Reducing methane pollution is an essential pillar of Canada’s climate plan: a plan that includes a rigorous target of reducing emissions by 40-45% below 2012 levels by 2025 with hefty fines for missing the mark.
To meet these targets, government and industry are looking for new and innovative ways to reduce emissions and all eyes are on AI.
That’s where we come in.
Amii’s Reducing Emissions through Machine Intelligence (REMI) program provides an opportunity to harness the power of AI to accelerate your organization's emissions reduction strategy.
The REMI program is designed to help startups, SMEs, and enterprises use AI technology to make better decisions about how to most effectively reduce greenhouse gases while also improving operations and increasing revenue.
Organizations selected to participate in the REMI program are coached on how to adopt AI for emissions reduction for their business by:
Upon completion, program participants are able to broadly apply new skills and knowledge in AI and ML to further increase business effectiveness in areas outside of emission reduction.
The REMI program is made possible through the support of the Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Environment and Parks TIER Program. Through that grant, we are able to offer highly subsidized pricing for participants from Alberta.
AI presents huge opportunities in diverse areas of the energy sector. REMI is highly applicable to companies from the following sectors and beyond:
We take a phased approach to set your team up for success at each crucial junction of your project - from ideation to proof-of-concept model.
The 6-month program is structured to help you form a business case for investing in AI adoption for your management and investment team. With clear outcomes and progress at each milestone.
Participants gain foundational AI knowledge and create a roadmap for potential AI projects focused on GHG reduction and beyond. This programming phase includes hands-on training opportunities and facilitated sessions with a multi-disciplinary team of project managers, scientists, educators and domain experts.
Companies define, specify and scope a machine learning (ML) emissions reduction project; and mitigate the risk of introducing AI and ML projects into various operations, processes and business lines.
Over 16-weeks, Amii guides your team as they de-risk and remove barriers for applied ML projects. Amii supports an organization’s technical team as they advance specific projects to a proof of concept model. Your AI/ML team will work with Amii ML Project Managers and Scientists, who provide advice and guidance as the project moves through various stages of the ML lifecycle with the ultimate goal to move your company along the AI adoption spectrum.
We have taken some of our most in-demand offerings and made them even better by developing sector-specific knowledge bases, and creating opportunities for networking, peer-to-peer mentorship, and ongoing professional development opportunities for your team.
Is your company ready to use AI to make better decisions that help you reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve operations and increase revenue?
Get started today by completing the form above.
Questions? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
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