AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software driving digital transformation and sustainability, will advocate for a greener future at ADIPEC 2023, one of the worlds largest and most influential events dedicated to the global energy industry
AVEVA will spotlight digital solutions that enable industrial companies to accelerate the energy transition and to drive measurable emission reductions, including for traditionally carbon-intensive industries.
AVEVA’s delegation at ADIPEC 2023 will be led by its CEO, Caspar Herzberg, who explained, “By empowering industrial teams and companies to collaborate outside their own four walls with integrated data, we are delivering insights that lead to scaled efficiency and reduced excess. We consider this to be our technology handprint, a pillar of our sustainability strategy and the area where we have the most significant opportunity to advance positive change as a software company.”
“Being at ADIPEC 2023 reinforces our commitment towards providing industries with trusted information and insights so that they can drive responsible use of resources and accelerate their net-zero deadlines.”
“Industries are grappling with a trilemma: the need to simultaneously deliver affordable and reliable energy while remaining agile and resilient, and driving down emissions. At AVEVA, we are committed to accelerating our customer collaborations and solutions towards a world where economic growth supports environmental sustainability. I look forward to seeing and sharing some exciting examples of this new approach in action at ADIPEC.”
AVEVA’s CEO, Caspar Herzberg, will speak on how digital technologies are key enablers of the energy transition, in the session titled ‘Scaling up technology for an efficient and sustainable transition’ at the ADIPEC 2023 Strategic Conference on 4 October.
Sustainability remains a top priority beyond the boardroom agenda. As stressed by Joanna Mainguy, Senior Director of Sustainability at AVEVA, who will be part of the company’s delegation: “The World Economic Forum estimates that digital technologies at scale represent an emission reduction opportunity of up to 20% by 2050. AVEVA wants to support more and more customers in developing their saved and avoided CO²emission baseline and target.”
“Inspiring our customers to transform the environmental and social impacts of their business is one of our goals. At ADIPEC, AVEVA will show how energy producers are using trusted and secure digital solutions to minimise emissions and maximise efficiency of today's energy value chains.”
“Our software contributes to energy transition in two ways: helping accelerate the deployment of clean energy solutions, such as wind and solar, modular nuclear, and circular feedstocks; as well as helping pioneers accelerate delivery of new clean technologies such as clean hydrogen and ammonia, CCUS and advanced biofuels.”
“By improving efficiency, reducing carbon emissions, minimising waste, and boosting circularity, our products enable our customers to make their enterprises more sustainable. I can’t wait to be at ADIPEC with the whole energy industry to define collaboratively innovative ways to decarbonise faster together.”
AVEVA’s executive delegation will also include Rashesh Mody, executive vice-president, business strategy & realization, who will speak at the Manufacturing & Industrialisation Strategic Conference on 2 October 2023 on ‘Unlocking the full potential of AI in manufacturing’
"Strong hydrogen demand growth and the adoption of clean technologies for its production are set to drive global decarbonization efforts, particularly in more challenging sectors, such as heavy industry and transport. The Middle East is set to play a major role in the development of the global green hydrogen industry and supply chain. Due to abundant low-cost solar energy, much of the region holds significant advantages in the production of green energies. It’s a hugely exciting time to be part of this industry and to be at the forefront of innovation," said Evgeny Fedotov, senior vice-president, EMEA, AVEVA. He will speak at the Hydrogen Strategic Conference on 4 October 2023 on ‘Building resilient supply chains for the hydrogen economy’.