Digitisation urgently needed to address pace of EU green transition

Siemens sees digitalisation as key to reducing emissions. (Photo: leungchopan/Envato)

The EU needs to embrace digitalisation and adopt a data charter if it is to act fast enough to tackle emissions, says Siemens's Thomas Kiessling. The EU Green Deal and the EU Net Zero Industry Act are good steps forward, but regulation must be implemented much faster if industry is ...

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