Joint Release | MIT Technology Review: Device Management Helps Accelerate Decarbonization!

In the process of global response to climate change, countries have successively introduced corresponding measures, and China has also proposed the “3060” dual-carbon goal, all of which are transforming towards sustainable development. Among them, the manufacturing industry, which is a “big carbon producer”, is in urgent need of decarbonization acceleration.

Recently, Schneider Electric and MIT Technology Review jointly released a report titled “Equipment Management and Sustainable Development”. Manufacturers are working together to drive industry sustainability and set long-term goals based on visibility into supply chain carbon emissions, the report noted.

Joint Release | MIT Technology Review: Device Management Helps Accelerate Decarbonization!

To aggressively drive decarbonization, manufacturing companies are diversifying their efforts. To achieve this goal, according to the calculations of the Schneider Electric Institute for Sustainable Development, the energy supply side will bear 45% of the decarbonization in the future, while the energy demand side will bear 55% of the decarbonization.

  1. On the energy supply side, by 2030, the use of fossil energy can be reduced by 25% and carbon reduction by 45% can be achieved by replacing renewable energy