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Companies can become good for the environment and for business. It takes practical innovation to implement today

Companies can become good for the environment and for business. It takes practical innovation to implement today

Fortune 500 companies have been discussing sustainability for several years. This is being promoted by many stakeholders, including investors, suppliers and employees, governments, as well as communities. Our research shows that most consumers and companies won’t pay. Continue reading for a more sustainable product, most agree that using less resources is better.

Although every tech company makes long-term sustainability promises, not all of them are realized in the short term. This is because many of the links in the value-chain need to be altered, which can take a long while. Although we hear often about reducing carbon and waste emissions to a sustainable level in 2030 or 2040 by 2030, few companies are producing products that can address this issue in the near future.

Sustainability is a hot topic both nationally and internationally. Customers and consumers want to feel that the companies they purchase are concerned about the Earth’s sustainability in the long-term. Honeywell is a company who wants to be a leader for sustainability in the short-term and in the immediate future. Honeywell CEO Darius Adamczyk is very vocal about the company’s sustainability strategy and commitments, especially regarding its role as the leader in the world’s energy transition. 

Let’s look at some recent comments by Darius Adamczyk, which give us a deeper understanding of Honeywells sustainability strategy.  Remember that a CEO can only speak about so many priorities. Adamczyk is leading the charge on sustainability and you can tell that he and the company are serious about this. I’ll also say that Honeywell is the only company that has the data, SaaS solutions, and sensor build-outs to actually make a difference. A full-stack sustainability provider.

Honeywell’s sustainability plan  

Honeywell manufactures a wide range products that include building control and management systems as well as aircraft electronics for commercial planes, drones, unmanned vehicles and aircraft avionics. Honeywell’s wide range of products spans across many sectors of the economy, including energy, logistics, logistics & retail supply chains, real estate, and real property. This means that the company must be particularly focused on sustainability. Honeywell’s CEO, Darius Adamczyk, has provided valuable insight into Honeywell’s strategy in recent times. Its current sustainability plan includes products currently in use and products planned to be deployed soon with partners such as United Airlines. 

In a recent interview, the Making Markets Podcast Honeywell CEO, Darius Adamczyk stated that “50% of the companies R&D spend is focused on ESG solutions.” ESG stands for environmental and social governance. This means that the company invests a lot of money in researching and developing solutions that will positively impact the Earth. Honeywell manufactures a range of technology, including green fuels, hydrogen and plastics recycling. Honeywell Rebellion GCI technology (which uses cameras to detect gas leaks on oil-and gas sites) is one of its most striking pieces of sustainability tech.  

Darius Adamczyk made a bold claim about a Recent interview with Barron’sHoneywell has more sustainable options for the future than any other company, according to him. I found it hard to believe Honeywell after hearing the list. 

It is estimated that around 1,600 companies, which account for trillions of dollars worth of revenue, have publicly stated their sustainability pledges. This puts them on the right track to make the transition from performance to pledge. This will be monitored for the next 15+years, long after the current CEO has left. Honeywell is different from other Fortune 500 companies in sustainability because of the tangible evidence of its existing portfolio. Honeywell’s position in sustainability efforts to solve current problems is what makes it different. . Honeywell isn’t the only company doing the same thing, but it is a testament to Honeywell’s size and ability to support the science behind these solutions. Honeywell is conscious of the future and the impact of production on the environment. 

The methane gas opportunity and challenge  

When you hear the term sustainability, there are many buzzwords that come to mind. In recent years, we’ve all heard the terms climate change, methane gas and carbon emissions. There is good reason for this. Preserving the Earth is vital. Companies that produce large quantities of products generate a lot of waste. These companies must be held accountable for any environmental damage they cause. 

Methane, an invisible gas that is odorless and invisible, is one of the greatest threats to the atmosphere. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Methane currently accounts for 20% global emissions. It traps heat 25% more effectively than carbon dioxide. Methane is most commonly associated with the oil & gas sector. It is emitted at all stages of oil and natural gas production. There are many other areas of concern as well, including alternative fuel sources, carbon dioxide, and others. 

According to the Oil & Gas Methane Partnership in 2021, $19 billion was lost in natural gas by the global oil and gas industry due to methane leaks. It is costly and also harmful to the environment. Because of the large amounts of Methane that it releases into the atmosphere, the oil and gas industry has a greater impact on our climate than any other gas-powered vehicles. 

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Honeywell Rebellion GCI System

Honeywell’s secret weapon in the sustainability space was when it acquired Rebellion Photonics. Honeywell gained a wealth of Gas Cloud Imaging options from Rebellion Photonics. GCI cameras are best suited to oil and gas producers. They can detect a gas leak from up to 1,700m away, identify the type of leak based on its fingerprint region and analyze data in real time to track the leak. The GCI cameras can also record video of the leak and notify the operators so they can stop it. Honeywell’s Rebellion GCI solution stands out because of its 24/7 monitoring and measurement capabilities. It not only reports in real-time, making these sights safer, but also saving companies money.  

Honeywell’s Rebellion GCI solutions are a valuable tool in helping oil and gas companies understand, quantify, and solve their problem. Robert Kester, Rebellion Photonics CEO has stayed on to manage this business under the Honeywell banner well beyond his obligation. This is another way to measure the company’s commitment. This speaks volumes to Honeywell’s commitment towards sustainability and its mission. 

Wrapping up 

Honeywell is different from other companies in the sector because it manufactures and sells actual products which help companies and themselves reach their sustainability goals. It’s a full-stack sustainability solution that includes industrial equipment and innovation for enterprises as well as the SaaS solutions that intelligently manage it.

Honeywell has many hands to play in many sectors. However, its diversity is also a strength when it comes to sustainabilityplaying a role in green fuels, hydrogen, plastics recycling, carbon capture, and more positions Honeywell as one of the most committed companies to sustainability in my eyes. Honeywell’s current portfolio of sustainability solutions is impressive and I believe it will continue to be a leader in sustainability solutions.   

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