Net-zero technologies reduce CO2 emissions
Due to the European Green Deal and a tax on CO2 emissions, the European Union aims to become climate neutral by 2050. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF advise companies on how they can use Net-Zero technologies to significantly improve energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.27 Oct 2021
An environmental tax on CO2 emissions is driving the transition to climate neutrality in the European Union – by 2050 at the latest. Net-zero technologies can play an important role here, because they help create a balance between energy generation and consumption. Not only manufacturing industrial companies benefit from this, but all organizations with high-energy consumption such as data centers. On average, energy efficiency improves by more than 10 percent.
In addition to the energy balance, the Research Institute IFF checks others factors, for example: Can electricity be generated from renewable sources? Is it worth using energy storage systems? Could one even produce a surplus of energy? Such approaches enable the development of new business models, like the sale of electricity and waste heat.
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