Vortrag: Every gram of CO2 counts – no matter where it is emitted.
But it’s not only about utilizing all available technologies for reduction to achieve the verifiable interim goal for 2030 throughout the entire value chain: to reduce CO2 emissions from its vehicles by at least 40%. What matters right now is public verifiability, reliability and transparency along the whole value chain. Niels Angel looks at the challenges and steps that need to be undertaken to master this together with the whole automotive value chain. He and his team are building the digital collaborative data ecosystem by establishing a digital platform that ensures data security and data sovereignty for all partners and looks into measurement, reporting and subsequently reduction of carbon emissions.
Niels Angel is the Business Owner of Catena-X Sustainability team, leading transformative efforts in the automotive industry to measure, report, and reduce carbon emissions.
Niels has over two decades of experience at BMW Group in various functions in areas of purchasing and finance, including leading the department responsible for the corporate strategy on responsible purchasing.
Niels Angel has an academic background in mechanical engineering and business studies from the Universities of Kaiserslautern (Germany) and Birmingham (United Kingdom).