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.
Key Question This Study Will Answer:
- What are trends in carbon-neutral manufacturing? What are their impact on manufacturing industries?
- What are the current and future carbon emission rates in NA, EME, APAC, and ROW? What is the contribution by the industrial sector?
- What is the outcome of COP 21 and what is its impact on manufacturing industries? How will IIoTenabled energy management technologies help
this carbon-neutral manufacturing initiative?
- Key Findings
- Internet of Industrial Things-The 4 Functional Facets
- Manufacturing Transformation-Key Enablers
- Research Scope and Objective
- Key Questions this Study will Answer
- Moving toward Zero Carbon Emissions
- Top Trends across Industry Verticals
- CO2 Emissions-Global
- CO2 Emissions-NA
- CO2 Emissions-EME
- CO2 Emissions-APAC
- CO2 Emissions-ROW
- Industry Vertical Analysis
- COP 21 Outcome-Initiatives in the Manufacturing Sector
- Radical Changes for Efficient Energy Consumption in Plants
- Retail Sectors Moving toward Carbon-neutral Operations
- Food & Beverages Sector-Zero Emission Initiatives
- Siemens: A Step Ahead toward De-carbonization
- Siemens: Four-tier Strategy
- Automotive Industry-Dynamic Strategies and Results
- Legal Disclaimer
- Additional Sources of Information