Carbon-neutral Manufacturing—The Need for New Business Models

Aggressive Strategies that Power Production Facilities with Clean Electricity Set to Transform Manufacturing Trends

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This research service evaluates the concept of carbon-neutral manufacturing across multiple regions. The study indicates that investments made towards de-carbonization initiatives can be accepted as a business case to attain ROI. Some of the strategies embraced by production companies to achieve carbon neutrality have been identified. A number of vendors are embracing carbon-neutral manufacturing, one such provider being Siemens, which has a four-tier strategy toward de-carbonization. Its unique strategy includes using intelligent distribution systems at its sites using photovoltaic cell installation, enforcing sustainable power generation through wind farms and hydro power plants, and incorporating low-loss power transmission systems.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsInternet of Industrial Things—A Research PerspectiveInternet of Industrial Things—The 4 Functional FacetsManufacturing Transformation—Key EnablersResearch Scope and ObjectiveKey Questions this Study will AnswerTrends in Carbon-neutral Manufacturing Moving toward Zero Carbon EmissionsMoving toward Zero Carbon Emissions (continued)Top Trends across Industry Verticals Manufacturing Sector—CO2 EmissionsCO2 Emissions—GlobalCO2 Emissions—NACO2 Emissions—EMECO2 Emissions—APACCO2 Emissions—ROWIndustry Vertical AnalysisCOP 21 Outcome—Shift in Strategies across IndustriesCOP 21 Outcome—Initiatives in the Manufacturing SectorCOP 21 Outcome—Initiatives in the Manufacturing Sector (continued)Radical Changes for Efficient Energy Consumption in PlantsRetail Sectors Moving toward Carbon-neutral OperationsFood & Beverages Sector—Zero Emission InitiativesSiemens: A Step Ahead toward De-carbonizationSiemens: Four-tier StrategyAutomotive Industry—Dynamic Strategies and ResultsAutomotive Industry—Dynamic Strategies and Results (continued)ConclusionsConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAdditional Sources of InformationThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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