Webinar about SiGREEN

Webinar series SiGREEN

Webinar about the underlying foundations of SiGREEN

SiGREEN – Decarbonization starts with data

Date:            July 12th – August 2nd, 2022

Time:           July 12th at 4:00 p.m. (CEST) – Getting started in SiGREEN

                     July 19th at 4:00 p.m. (CEST) – Product carbon footprint deep-dives

                     July 26th at 4:00 p.m. (CEST) – Answering common questions about SiGREEN

                     August 2nd at 2:00 p.m. (CEST) – Understanding procurement and your supply chain in SiGREEN

Language:   English

Speaker:      Cassandra Ballert – Siemens AG, SiGREEN Product Owner & Florian Jäger – Siemens AG, SiGREEN Head of Carbon Accounting & Jonas Hohlweck, Siemens AG, SiGREEN Head of Business Development & Team

Experience a new way of managing your product carbon footprints:

The most urgent task for achieving climate goals is the significant reduction of CO2 emissions. As the source of around one third of these global emissions, industry bears a major responsibility in this regard. To meet this responsibility, companies need reliable and verifiable data on materials, components, and processes to quantify the CO2 footprint for each of their products. SiGREEN provides this necessary basis for targeted emission management while preserving the data sovereignty of all participants in the supply chain. Peer-to-peer communication, whose trustworthiness is secured using cryptographic keys, enables companies to efficiently and securely identify improvement potential and reduce emissions faster.


Experience a truly transformative new approach to product carbon footprinting and see the value of dynamic PCF for your product decarbonization. We have prepared several webinars where you'll get a few sneak-peaks to understand the underlying foundations of SiGREEN, which roles users can have, understanding the logic of product carbon footprints, and much, much more!

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