The circular economy represents a more sensible approach to production and consumption and sustainable manufacturing can help.
Companies, utilities and research institutions are investing resources into advancing hydrogen’s role in the net-zero economy. One such project involves a prestigious university in California.
Gas cooling systems can help hospitals and recreational facilities reduce their energy costs by providing reliable cooling in facilities where year-round cooling is needed.
Additive manufacturing (AM) is being utilized to drive the future of sustainable technology forward and encouraging innovation. Six indirect impacts and two direct impacts are highlighted.
Digital twins can provides actionable data that can capture the effects of micro- and macro-scale changes on a real environment, allowing users to make more informed decisions on creating greener built spaces.
The E&P industry is under increasing scrutiny as demands are growing for a more sustainable energy system.
The Internet of Things (IoT) can help industrial facilities gather more information and use it to make their operations more sustainable and efficient. See four industrial IoT OEE benefits.
IfM Engage, University of Cambridge and ABB have teamed up to develop a blueprint for better and more sustainable ways of working.
It is crucial to understand business goals and requirements up front and to have ways to test requirements and measure automation project success. Control system integration projects reduced waste to zero in the first year; the other reduced delays and backlogs.
It is critical to develop meaningful strategies to achieve net-zero targets and to begin to act now.