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OUR INDUSTRY VISION

and its energy challenges

Reconciling Industry and Environment

Achieving zero-carbon energy

Industry and ecology are compatible, and adapting production methods to the climate emergency is one of the major new challenges facing humanity.

Carbon neutrality: a competitive advantage

The ideal zero-carbon factory is an indispensable protection against the risks of loss of competitiveness and an attraction of carbon-based activities.

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Achieving zero-carbon energy

Industry and ecology are compatible, and adapting production methods to the climate emergency is one of the major new challenges facing humanity.

Carbon neutrality, a competitive advantage

The ideal zero-carbon factory is an indispensable protection against the risks of loss of competitiveness and an attraction of carbon-based activities.

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Ahead of the game with subsidies

Manufacturers who adapt quickly, taking advantage of the time for subsidies and incentives, will have an economic advantage over their competitors.

Industrial resiliency

In the context of the climate crisis, zero-carbon energy is no longer an option, but a necessity – in the eyes of increasingly well-informed citizens and funders alike.

Environmental economy

Industry is part of the solution

In our economies, neither the organisation of supply chains nor the pricing mechanisms really take into account environmental costs.

Taxing the environmental impact

For example, we believe that a tax on environmental impact, based on the VAT model is one way forward: throughout its life cycle, a product accumulates an environmental impact; every stakeholder would be responsible for the impact of their link in the chain, and would be taxed proportionally. Such a scheme would give an economic value to the decarbonised product.

Environmental economy

Industry is part of the solution

In our economies, neither the organisation of supply chains nor the pricing mechanisms really take into account environmental costs.

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Taxing the environmental impact

For example, we believe that a tax on environmental impact, based on the VAT model is one way forward : throughout its life cycle, a product accumulates an environmental impact; every stakeholder would be responsible for the impact of their link in the chain, and would be taxed proportionally. Such a scheme would give an economic value to the decarbonised product.