Honeywell showcases energy transition solutions at supply chain expo

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Honeywell's booth in the clean energy exhibition area of the China International Supply Chain Expo (CISCE) in Beijing, Dec. 1, 2023 [Photo by Yan Bin/]

Honeywell, a U.S. industrial conglomerate, showcased its energy transition technologies and solutions at the first China International Supply Chain Expo (CISCE), aiming to strengthen cooperation with industry partners. This effort supports China's goals to achieve peak carbon emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060.

At the CISCE, Honeywell displayed its sustainability and digitalization solutions in energy transition, air travel, smart buildings, and intelligent manufacturing. The company, known for its expertise in sustainability, directed about 60% of its 2022 new product research and development investments toward outcomes aligned with environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals. Honeywell also specializes in advanced automation solutions that help its customers improve efficiency in energy use and operational management.

"China's decarbonization goals bring industry challenges in terms of emission reduction, but also provide opportunities for technological innovation and applications for enterprises in the supply chain to strengthen sustainable development practices," said William Yu, president of Honeywell China.

As a long-standing proponent and facilitator of sustainability, Honeywell expects to use the CISCE as a platform to enhance cooperation and work with additional industry partners in China. The goal is to develop a supply chain ecosystem that is resilient, agile, and sustainable, according to Yu.

During the five-day event, Honeywell displayed its sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) solutions compatible with a wide range of renewable feedstocks. The company also showcased sensors designed for electric vehicle applications to monitor current, speed, and thermal runaway, as well as its Solstice 1234yf automotive refrigerant. This refrigerant, based on next-generation Hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) technology, has an ultra-low global warming potential (GWP less than 1).

Additionally, Honeywell's booth highlighted the company's refinery solutions, which employ advanced process technologies to assist refineries in transitioning into integrated petrochemical enterprises. The display also included smart factory solutions that enhance the safety, efficiency and reliability of industrial operations by connecting processes, assets and people.

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