Atos enables net zero decarbonisation

Atos’ latest decarbonised digital offering is its new “A to Zero” offering, supported by two new integrated data platforms. Digital Decarbonisation Assessments (DDA), reduction of carbon emissions, as well as industry solutions such as Digital Twin, Decarbonisation Level Agreements (DLAs) or low-carbon datacentres.

This new offering will be driven through and supported by the global Net Zero Transformation Centre of Excellence, which will be distributed across 9 hubs in total: 5 in Europe (Paris, Lyon, Barcelona, London & Munich), 2 in North America (New York & Montréal) and 2 in Asia (Chennai & Singapore). The Centre will allow customers to leverage Atos’ global skills, resources and network of more than 200 experts to create their own path towards becoming a net-zero, resilient business. To meet the rising adoption of net zero emission strategies, Atos is looking to grow its net-zero transformation team to 500 experts by the end of 2022.

Not a day passes without a new organisation announcing its net-zero ambitions, proving that the global drive to a carbon neutral economy has hit an inflection point. Atos was among the pioneers to advocate businesses to tackle climate change, setting among the highest decarbonization standards for its industry with our ‘net-zero 2028’ ambition. Our new A to Zero offering benefits from our strong commitment and decades-long work of reducing our own greenhouse gas emissions and designing innovative, low-impact solutions. We are glad to improve and expand our decarbonisation capabilities to better support our customers’ own journeys to net zero,” explains Elie Girard, Atos CEO.

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