Sustainability For Industrial Markets Research Service
The Sustainability for Industrial Markets Research Service provides a sector-wide view of all the best practices for reducing carbon emissions, water use, and waste across multiple industries. When possible, ABI Research will highlight areas where cost savings and sustainability overlap, in addition to identifying new revenue opportunities from global decarbonization activities.
This service helps to identify and analyze sustainability efforts for the industrial sector, promoting the reduction of carbon emissions, energy efficiency, material resource efficiency, and circularity, while highlighting ways that manufacturing companies can use sustainability as a competitive advantage with customers, partners, and investors.
Key focus areas include enterprise-level sustainability initiatives in renewable energy, eco-design and material selection, manufacturing operations and eco-efficiency, waste reduction and circularity, green buildings and vehicles, and reporting and governance. ABI Research will provide customer-documented use cases for sustainability, such as the percentage of material reductions, energy reductions, water consumption reductions, etc., providing quantifiable data for justifying Industry 4.0 and other sustainable investments.
Coverage Areas Include
Sustainability initiatives of large industrial conglomerates or large industrial solutions providers.
Sustainability initiatives of Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) industrial companies.
Global sustainability regulations and climate disclosure rules affecting the industrial and manufacturing sector.
Industrial markets’ incentives for sustainability, such as remuneration tied to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria, bid-phase contract weightings for sustainability, requirements for suppliers to meet carbon reduction goals, etc.
Carbon management and carbon accounting platforms for measuring, monitoring, and reducing Scope 3 emissions.
Software tools for reducing the environmental footprint of products within the design phase (e.g., Computer-Aided Design (CAD) sustainability integrations, carbon + cost, material selection, energy simulation, supply chain integration, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) tools, etc.
Industry 4.0 technologies for sustainable manufacturing.
Vendor analysis for Industry 4.0 technologies (with a focus on dematerialization or reduction of material use, reduction in water consumption, energy savings, etc.):
Augmented Reality (AR)/Virtual Reality (VR)
Mapping, location intelligence
We cover the technologies, trends, and markets from every angle, and we deliver our qualitative and quantitative intelligence in multiple formats.