COP26: What Is the Climate Goal and How Can Technologies Help the Energy Sector?
This IDC Perspective is the first research article in a publication series related to current discussions on sustainability and explains the ins and outs of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) and the current decarbonizing progress. It explores the role of technologies in tackling climate change and how it can empower oil and gas, utilities, manufacturing, and the metals and mining industries to thrive in the tectonic shift. Please Note:
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- Executive Snapshot
- Situation Overview
- IDC's Point of View
- What Is COP26?
- What Is Expected?
- What Is the Current Situation?
- What Technology Is Required to Achieve the Goal?
- Oil and Gas
- Leading Carbon Capture and Storage Deployment
- Managing the Energy System with Higher Efficiency and Lower Costs
- Automating Carbon Footprints Tracking Along the Value Chain
- Monetizing Data in a Low-Carbon Economy
- Embracing New Technologies to Create a Greener and More Efficient Power System
- Enhancing Power Efficiency with Digital Transformation
- Improved Grid Reliability through Electric Vehicles
- Energy Efficiency Is a Cost and Compliance Game
- Transportation Provides Upsides to Manufacturing During the Energy Transition
- Green Finance Will Spur Manufacturers to Action
- Metals and Mining
- Fewer Coal Miners
- Sustainable Mining Requires Technological Advancement
- Advice for the Technology Buyer
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