It involves transitioning over to cleaner technologies and adopting practices that are less CO2-emitting, as well as making increased use of renewable energy sources so as to make industry net zero.
Keeping economic growth sustainable while at the same time reducing its emissions, using decarbonisation to become more resilient: manufacturing companies are facing numerous challenges as they make this transition over to a carbon-free economy.
“We now need to move from myth to reality”, says Elvia Marcellan, Director of Client Decarbonisation at Equans France. Because although the energy and ecological transition requires investment, the never-ending increase in energy prices means that they need to be viewed in light of their more long-term profitability: in other words, their total cost of ownership.
Improving performance and reducing energy usage, reducing dependency on fossil fuels and implementing the best available solutions in a virtuous, pragmatic and profitable way: Equans has fully embraced this global industrial decarbonisation strategy in its drive to support its clients and address their challenges. Find out how in this comprehensive feature: