The Transport sector is at the front-line of de-carbonization, accounting for about a quarter of global emissions.
The sector is attributed by a complex supply chain that usually spans the entire globe. Though advances in battery technology have promoted an acceleration in acceptance of EVs and have controlled the tail-pipe emissions, the sector overall is still carbon intensive. The carbon footprint is attributed to major processes- from the extraction of raw materials to the production of batteries, and much more. Advances in technology can effectively tackle the total de-cabonization agenda only if the ecosystem players collaborate with a stronger commitment.
While strategic collaborations are necessary for the sustainable long-term win, technology innovations to better monitor the process flow can ensure high quality execution and efficiency increases, today, at a faster pace.
Explore this timely conversation that brings together diverse stakeholders of the ecosystem – as they detail their perspectives, challenges and commitments to address complete emission elimination.
- Greg Henderson, SVP, Automotive, Communications and Aerospace, Analog Devices
- Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO, Volvo Group
- Adina Valean, Commissioner of Transport, European Commission
- Peter Campbell, Global Motor Industry Correspondent, Financial Times
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