How to move to a next-generation energy landscape
Energy use describes the amount and type of energy required by an organization to provide goods and services. With advanced digital tools and processes, efficient resource management and new (or existing) infrastructure optimization, organizations can make strategic decisions to alter their patterns of energy use and reduce their carbon footprint.
Reducing your energy use footprint doesn’t just mean smaller energy bills. Reducing your carbon footprint helps you stay ahead of regulatory requirements, and create a more resilient business that respects the environment. This not only appeals to today’s sustainability-conscious consumers but lays the groundwork for a meaningful zero carbon transition.
Realizing effective low-carbon energy operations for your business can be a challenge. Firstly, it requires you to effectively measure and manage the different forms of energy you are currently using. Then, it means finding a way of changing existing operations for a more efficient use of energy from greener sources, alongside integrating new technologies and processes to modernize old infrastructures and implement new ones.
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Innovation is key for building a path to sustainability, and those looking to make the transition can take advantage of several options:
Electrification: Bringing more of your operations onto electrified power supplies means that operators can take advantage of green, renewable power sources.
Energy storage: Batteries, hydrogen and other forms of energy storage can allow for greater energy grid flexibility, further helping operators utilize electrification solutions.
Energy use: Identify systems where energy use reduction solutions can be retro-fitted and maintained long term while keeping costs under control.
Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE® platform provides a powerful suite of tools that can help understand and transform your organization’s energy production, use and infrastructure.
Model and simulate energy grids (neighborhood, city and region) to fully integrate and deploy an energy mix with intermittent energy production (solar, wind and hydro) and nuclear power.
Dare bold new energy production initiatives for different consumption patterns adapted to local needs for production, maintenance and end-of-life.
Create new flexible energy storage opportunities to safeguard the planet’s resources and respond to a fluctuating demand (smart grid, V2G, batteries).
Measure and analyze your energy consumption, thanks to advanced digital tools, to consume less energy in every step of your approach.
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