Decarbonization is a new axis in the fight against global warming. It brings together all the processes and means aimed at reducing the production of CO2 by human activities. It is a process of international, national and territorial scope and is now required of all companies. To achieve its objective of reducing the production of greenhouse gases, decarbonization aims to promote carbon-free innovations in the fields of energy, industry and construction.
Reducing carbon dioxide production in the energy sector
The energy sector is the one that should benefit the most from decarbonization actions. To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, government policies and companies must opt for the electrification of all their activities: electricity, heating and transport. In all these sectors, countries, especially the 15 largest greenhouse gas emitters, must adopt the principle of energy efficiency. This aims to make energy an effective link in sustainability and decarbonization.
Energy efficiency is both a goal and an action of decarbonization. In the electricity sector, it is based on the use of renewable energies to replace hydrocarbons. Any country that dreams of a carbon-free world must draw its electrification source from hydro, wind, solar, biomass and waste, or nuclear. It must promote the use of electric heating and electric transportation (cars, motorcycles, electric trains, etc).
The energy objective ofdecarbonization is quite clear, to develop and use renewable energies. DassaultSystèmes provides you with a 3D platform full of potentialities. These allow you to study all the ways and means to improve your energy efficiency.
Decarbonizing industry in general with virtual reality advances
Decarbonization is necessary for all sectors of activity because of the ever-increasing global warming. In the industrial sector, where many activities (steel, cement, food, etc.) contribute to the production of the highest levels of carbon dioxide, decarbonization is all the more important as its adoption makes companies more efficient. To study the impact of decarbonization on your business, you can use the immersive virtual spaces offered by DassaultSystèmes.
The advancement in the 1900s in the industry made this world more toxic which was unplanned. That eventually increases global warming.Industry giants, unable to do without hydrocarbons for their activities, have opted for the use of devices that allow them to capture CO2 in order to avoid its dissipation in the atmosphere. Despite the existence of several types of these devices, you have the possibility of creating one adapted to your company. This can be done without any expense on your part. DassaultSystèmes’ 3D world has been designed to allow you to understand your projects before they are set up.
Reducing CO2 production in the construction sector as much as possible
Companies in the building and public works sector must participate in the decarbonization effort, in particular by adopting sustainable practices to safeguard the environment. Decarbonization values all projects aimed at ensuring reforestation. The objective is to allow better oxygenation of nature by trees.
Construction and agriculture must also benefit from technological progress. This is where DassaultSystèmes’ virtual platform comes into play once again. Each piece of equipment can be experimented and analyzed without having to create it. This platform gives you the opportunity to evaluate the benefits and risks of your devices before they are actually built.
Getting the world’s small and large carbon dioxide producers on board
The issue of decarbonization has long been a global issue with the involvement of the WHO and the UN. Recommendations have been established by these institutions, which many European and American countries have adhered to. Some countries, to show their commitment, have established numerous reforms in favor of decarbonization. Their policies and laws apply not only to state-owned companies, but also to individuals.
Decarbonization aims to reduce the production of greenhouse gases, particularly carbon dioxide, due to human activities. It targets all sectors of activity including energy, industry and construction. In order to facilitate it, DassaultSystèmes’ 3D virtual platform offers unique experimentation tools.