Technology Trends Impacting Low Carbon Manufacturing (Technical Insights)

Sustainable manufacturing technologies to reduce carbon footprint

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This research service delves into various technology trends and innovations being employed in the manufacturing sector for creating a low carbon economy and particularly focuses in the automobile industry. Renewable energy technologies such as solar energy, wind energy, hydro power and bioenergy are popular choices for migrating from conventional energy technologies to low carbon or perhaps zero carbon emitting technologies. Adoption of these energy sources and associated technologies among various industries are discussed in the research service. Energy efficient technologies and energy efficient best practices are key technologies for saving energy in industries, with a direct impact on the industrial carbon footprint.

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ContentsExecutive SummaryResearch Scope Research MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Key FindingsIndustry LandscapeLow Carbon Manufacturing – An OverviewEnergy Consumption ScenarioGrowth Drivers and Industry Challenges Assessment of Funding Scenario & Trends Assessment of Macro-Level Industry Trends Influencing LCMSnapshot of Macro-Level TrendsRenewable Energy Technologies – Hydro and Wind EnergyRenewable Energy Technologies – Solar EnergyRenewable Energy Technologies – BioenergyEnergy-Efficient Technologies for LCMImpact of Energy-Efficient LCM Technologies for Paper & Pulp IndustryImpact of Energy-Efficient LCM Technologies for Cement IndustryImpact of Energy-Efficient LCM Technologies for Iron & Steel IndustryImpact of Energy-Efficient LCM Technologies for Iron & Steel Industry (continued)Waste Management Enabling LCM – An OverviewImpact of Waste Management - Anaerobic Digestion TechnologyCarbon Capture and Storage Technology – An OverviewCarbon Capture and Storage – Technology LandscapeCarbon Capture and Storage – Industry ImpactAssessment of Technology Innovations Facilitating LCM in the Automotive SectorSignificance of LCM in AutomotiveRenewable Energy Technology – Significance & TrendsWaste Management – Significance & TrendsEnergy Efficiency – Significance & TrendsEnergy Efficiency – Assessment of Best PracticesEnergy Efficiency – Assessment of Best Practices (continued)Innovation Ecosystem for LCM in the Automotive SectorRenewable Energy – Innovators Profile Renewable Energy – Innovators Profile (continued)Renewable Energy – Innovators Profile (continued)Waste Management – Innovators Profile Energy Efficiency – Innovators ProfileEnergy Efficiency – Innovators Profile (continued)Best Practices & Strategic PerspectivesSnippets of Global Best Practices for Adoption of LCM Techniques Technology Impact Framework MetricsTechnology Impact FrameworkNear-Term Implementation Strategy Challenges and Gaps in Solar Energy Technologies for Low Carbon ManufacturingChallenges and Gaps in Wind and Hydro Power Technologies for Low Carbon ManufacturingChallenges and Gaps in Bioenergy Technologies for Low Carbon ManufacturingChallenges and Gaps in Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies for Low Carbon ManufacturingOpportunities for LCM in Developing Economies Challenges for Adoption of LCM in Developing Economies Strategic PerspectivesAppendixTechnology Impact AnalysisTechnology Impact Analysis (continued)Technology Impact Analysis (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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