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Should Decarbonization Projects be Technical, Cost Reduction, or Strategic Innovation Projects?


Stephan Liozu explains in Industrial Decarbonization network that Decarbonization projects should be treated as part of the strategic innovation process within corporations, rather than mere cost-cutting or technical initiatives. This approach allows these projects to tap into existing corporate innovation or R&D processes, benefiting from structured methodologies like Agile Development and Stage Gate.

 

By integrating decarbonization across strategic functions such as operations and product development, companies can ensure these initiatives contribute to long-term goals, enhancing efficiency, market differentiation, and competitive advantage. This strategic focus aligns with the increasing importance of ESG goals, acknowledging the high stakes for both business and environmental sustainability.


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