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Creating A Carbon -Free Future

Hitachi Energy is advancing the world’s energy system to be more sustainable, flexible and secure. The company offers an extensive portfolio of smart solutions, ranging from renewable integration and energy storage, via enterprise-level Asset Management and sustainable mobility, to energy services and “IT-OT integration solutions”

Hitachi Energy has placed sustainability at the heart of its Purpose and made a promise to advance a sustainable energy future for all. Sustainability 2030 is its strategic sustainability plan, summarising the company’s key commitments to act and drive businesses sustainably.

Speaking in one of our previous interviews, you stated that the region is on the right track to becoming greener and that you are looking forward to the development of the energy transition. Do the will, money, and legislative solutions for that exist?

― Electricity will be the backbone of the entire energy system and urgent energy transition requires us to collaborate across stakeholders and sectors.

We need to think in a different way and are pioneering the innovative solutions needed to integrate renewables at scale. We offer digital solutions in high-voltage (HV) transformer stations (integration of all HV apparatus with optical connections, conversion of analogue to digital signals, digital measurement of voltage and current), digital transformer stations.

By January of 2023, using 100 per cent fossil- free electricity in your operations, you managed to reduce your CO2 emissions by more than 50 per cent compared to 2019. What is the next goal?

― Based around four pillars – Planet, People, Peace and Partnerships – our strategy draws from the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a specific focus on the following eight elements: good health and wellbeing; quality education; gender equality; clean water and sanitation; affordable and clean energy; responsible consumption and production; peace, justice and strong institutions; and partnerships for goals. Through Sustainability 2030, we aim to achieve carbon neutrality in our own operations by 2030.

Your Lumada portfolio is known as being a crucial component of the strategy for creating a carbon-free future. Could you tell us more about this portfolio?

― Lumada embodies our goal of shining a light on our customers’ data and illuminating it so that we can extract new insight, thereby resolving their business issues and contributing to the growth of their business. Lumada is an ecosystem that embraces your existing technologies, enabling you to benefit from the latest technological advances without sacrificing the investments you’ve already made.

Lumada is an ecosystem that embraces your existing technologies, enabling you to benefit from the latest technological advances without sacrificing the investments you’ve already made

The Lumada asset management portfolio – comprising asset performance management (APM), enterprise asset management (EAM) and field service management (FSM) – offers the latest software development, with a composable architecture designed to support customer needs for agile delivery on a changing market. Customers can precisely deploy what is needed when it is needed by replacing the forced “rip and replace” upgrades of the past.

Companies in asset-intensive industries, such as energy, utilities, transportation, oil and gas, and mining, share challenges that must be addressed in order to increase operational performance, reliability and profitability. To address these challenges, companies are turning to EAM solutions to help them be more adaptive, collaborative, insightful and predictive, and to realise sustainable gains in business performance and profitability.

Assets are at the heart of Lumada EAM. Built specifically to support the complete lifecycle of complex, critical and costly assets, Lumada EAM includes complete enterprise functionality across asset management and maintenance, scheduling and execution, work planning, supply chain and material planning, multi-entity financial and people management.

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