Siemens & BayWa offset manufacturing supply chain emissions

Transparency is key in a sustainable supply chain. Now, Siemens & BayWa have united to advance CO2-optimised manufacturing through emissions offsetting

Siemens and BayWa have teamed up to advance CO2-optimised industrial production, by uniting Sigreen, Siemens’ software for emissions management and BayWa Carbon Connect, BayWa’s software for emissions offsetting. 


Emissions offsetting in manufacturing and across the supply chain

Automation machinery manufacturer Siemens is based in Munich, Germany. Sigreen is a part of Siemens’ Xcelerator portfolio. 

Founded in 1923 and headquartered in Munich, BayWa, The BayWa Carbon Services Business Unit, uses digitalisation to help businesses manage their emissions offsetting. 

In their new partnership, manufacturers will be able to share information on emission offsetting projects across their supply chain, to advise other companies who want to offset theirs. 

“Until now, the lack of transparency has meant that companies have been unable to fully trust the neutralisation and compensation measures of their own supply chain,” shared Steffen Winkler, Head of BayWa Carbon Services. “I believe that by combining BayWa Carbon Connect and Sigreen, we’ve paved the way for uniform quality standards within the supply chain, and in this way have taken an important transformative step toward credible emissions offsetting in industry.”

“The declared vision of this joint pilot project is a consistent, end-to-end process that is reliable and certified, from the generation of unavoidable carbon emissions to the ultimate removal of these emissions from the atmosphere,” says Dr. Gunter Beitinger, SVP Manufacturing, Factory Digitalisation and Sigreen at Siemens. 


Siemens is building a sustainable healthcare sector

Tech-titan Siemens works across transport, healthcare, manufacturing and infrastructure. The company is focused on building resilient supply chains and sustainable transportation and a more advanced healthcare sector. 

Siemens Financial Services (SFS) recently unveiled its Insight Paper ‘Digital Transformation in Healthcare’, which focuses on the need for investment in key medical technologies that will enable the digitalisation of global healthcare systems.

The report examines how smart finance for healthcare technology vendors and healthcare providers alike can build an ‘affordable and financially sustainable approach to acquiring digital and AI-driven technology’. 



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