Sandrine Dury spent her summer as a Climate Corps fellow at HP, the world's largest technology company. A dual MBA/MSc in Environment and Resources student at Stanford University, Dury analyzed energy efficiency projects related to lighting, airflow and cooling at one of HP's Research and Development laboratories. In total, Dury identified energy-saving measures that could save HP approximately $577,000 over the life of the projects, and reduce energy use by 2 million kWh and CO2 emissions by 650 metric tons per year.
Where is she now?
Dury is now a Consultant at Bain & Company.