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Scope 3 emissions in manufacturing can be the trickiest to understand – but could also represent the greatest opportunity for manufacturers. Especially in the more immediate time frame.    To understand the difference between Scope 3 and the other emissions types, you could think about it like this:    Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions […]

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What is EU CBAM and how does it work? A quick guide to CBAM for

Unlocking the Power of Industry 4.0

Ensuring Infrastructure Readiness for the Future of Manufacturing In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, the concept of Industry 4.0 has gained significant traction. It promises to revolutionize the way we do business, leveraging advanced technologies like automation, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT). However, before diving headfirst into Industry 4.0 strategies, it is […]

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What’s Your Organisational Boundaries for Carbon Reporting?

Examples and explanations of organisational boundaries for Carbon Reporting and what operations manufacturers should include in their Carbon Reporting

How to use an Energy Management System to Cut Costs and Win Business

The goal of saving the planet is noble (and necessary). However, most manufacturers are more immediately concerned with saving money. If you’re looking to save on costs through energy management, ultimately you need to turn energy insights into cost savings. Below we run through some specific examples of how to drive savings and win more […]

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Guide to EU CBAM Reporting for Manufacturers

What is EU CBAM and how does it work? A quick guide to CBAM for manufacturers, including CBAM reporting, CBAM regulation and CBAM software
Electric car battery assembly - joint ventures can represent an organisational boundaries that impacts your carbon reporting

What’s Your Organisational Boundaries for Carbon Reporting?

Examples and explanations of organisational boundaries for Carbon Reporting and what operations manufacturers should include in their Carbon Reporting

Understanding Scope 3 Emissions in Manufacturing

Scope 3 emissions in manufacturing can be the trickiest to understand – but could also represent the greatest opportunity for manufacturers. Especially in the more immediate time frame.    To understand the difference between Scope 3 and the other emissions types, you could think about it like this:    Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions […]

Understanding Scope 1 and Scope 2 Emissions in Manufacturing

With the advent of the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) in the EU, manufacturers must begin reporting on different types of emissions from their operations. In fact, manufacturers will have to report on emissions from their upstream suppliers and downstream users too.   In all, there are 3 types of carbon emissions that manufacturers […]

How to Calculate ROI of a Machine Monitoring System

At a high level, calculating ROI of any piece of software or hardware is simple: You measure the cost of the goods and services versus the benefits that they provide. Calculating the ROI of Machine monitoring software follows the same rule. You measure the cost of the software versus the benefits.     For machine monitoring […]

How to Reduce Manufacturing Costs with Machine Monitoring

The profitability of manufacturing operations depends heavily on the ability to keep fixed and variable costs to a minimum. How do you reduce costs in manufacturing? Where do you look for cost reduction opportunities? With a properly integrated machine monitoring system, you can find cost reduction opportunities, and prioritise them using real data.  This article will […]

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