Decarbonization Project

There's a multitude of measures that can be used to achieve your net-zero goal. Here we bring them down in the 4 main types of projects we use

Project Energy Efficiency

Achieving energy efficiency is streamlined through advanced tools like the Energy Management Information System (EMIS) and Real-time Energy Management System (EMS). The EMIS provides real-time insights into energy usage, enabling quick identification of inefficiencies and informed decision-making. Simultaneously, the EMS ensures continuous monitoring and control, allowing immediate adjustments to optimize energy consumption in real-time. Together, these systems create a dynamic and agile approach to energy optimization, enhancing efficiency across industrial operations.


Electrifying processes not only contributes to a significant reduction in carbon footprint but also elevates the efficiency of industrial sites through reduced energy consumption. The superior yield of electrical energy, compared to fossil fuels like gas, underscores the advantages of embracing electrification. Additionally, electrical infrastructures are lighter and boast easier maintenance, further optimizing operational efficiency. Furthermore, in an environment where energy production is already carbon-free, as seen in France, electrification becomes particularly compelling. Join us in navigating the advantages of process electrification to create a more sustainable and competitive industrial landscape.


Adopting renewable energies presents an effective strategy to diminish the carbon footprint of industrial sites, with two main categories: renewable electricity and green heat. In this transformative energy landscape, the integration of storage solutions, data analytics, and advanced software enables the rise of decentralized energy management. Unlike the prevailing centralized system, this bottom-up approach empowers individual entities to efficiently manage their energy consumption, marking a significant departure from the current energy paradigm.

Green heat involves harnessing energy from diverse avenues, including the recovery of calories, biomass utilization, and the application of high-temperature heat pumps within a low-temperature water loop.

Renewable electricity encompasses sources such as photovoltaic, hydraulic, wind, and green hydrogen.

Carbon-Offsetting and Power Purchase Agreements

Carbon offsetting and Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) play vital roles in achieving net-zero energy goals. Carbon offsetting allows organizations to compensate for emissions by investing in projects that reduce greenhouse gases elsewhere. PPAs involve long-term commitments to purchase renewable energy, supporting the growth of clean energy infrastructure while securing a stable and cost-effective energy supply. Together, these strategies offer a comprehensive approach to reducing environmental impact on the path to net-zero.

Low-carbon fuels, feedstocks, and energy sources

Low-carbon fuels play a crucial role in decarbonization efforts across various sectors such as transport, industry, and heating. Here is how they contribute Reducing Emissions, Transitioning to Renewable Sources, Compatibility with Existing Infrastructure, Decarbonizing Hard-to-Electrify Sectors, Low-carbon fuels offer a pathway to decarbonization and by enhancing energy security. The highly relevant technology categories include electrolytic hydrogen, raw material substitution, alternative fuels (biomass & waste).

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