Por: Fernando Valdez Nolasco, gerente general en Polimetálicos del Perú.AbstractOne of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations considers the use of renewable, accessible, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. In order to comply with these objectives, changes in management schemes are necessary to include renewable energies. According to Giraldo et al., (2021):Renewable energy cost reductions and advances in digital technologies are opening up opportunities for energy transitions, implying that policy makers must act quickly to keep pace with technological change, enabling the emergence of systems of power. (p. 2).Giraldo et al., (2021) "Industry 4.0 include modern technologies that support energy transitions and digitalization, which is strongly associated with energy efficiency scenarios that can contribute to climate change mitigation and use of systems."Mining is no stranger to these sustainable development goals, given that mining operations are in constant search for innovation in their operations with the reduction of fossil fuel consumption (Carbon Footprint), the use of solar panels to generate green electricity, wind energy, and the emergence of equipment with long-lasting lithium batteries, becoming a promoter of the implementation of digital transformation in extractive industries.