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SNC-Lavalin launches Decarbonomics service for industrial sector

by Liam Turner
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Professional services and project management firm SNC-Lavalin has confirmed it is launching its decarbonisation service for the industrial sector.

The company hopes that the service will enable industrial users in global markets “to make informed, tailored, and data-led” decisions about reaching net-zero targets.

The move represents the latest update for the Decarbonomics service – a data-driven approach to decarbonising existing assets and processes, through cost and programme-optimised net-zero strategies – following its launch at the start of 2022 for commercial and government sector building portfolios.

SNC-Lavalin says it has adapted the tool to enable its expansion into sectors such as industrial, mining, power and renewables, and aviation infrastructure.

Julie Gilmour, industrial decarbonisation lead in Nuclear & Power at Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, said: “Industrial users need to pinpoint what interventions and actions will deliver the most cost-effective, efficient route to net-zero for each individual site.

“Through Decarbonomics Industrial, we’ll combine our data-driven approach and carbon knowledge with process engineering expertise to analyse even the most complex sites, and bring together a wider range of data to identify process efficiency improvements and develop site-specific roadmaps.”  

Tom Waterman, project manager in Nuclear & Power at Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, added: “Decarbonomics Industrial empowers clients to meet net-zero targets and improve strategic decision-making by providing early, data-driven insights and essentially making carbon visible.

“By allowing scenario comparisons and providing robust and accurate roadmaps, clients can fully understand the impacts, and cost, of each combination of interventions and carbon reduction measures.

“These are delivered alongside clients’ industry-aligned, existing solutions, reporting systems, and streamlined audit processes, to implement the changes required.”

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