High demand for semiconductor chips is driving significant growth and increased visibility for the hi-tech industry. Concurrently, attention on sustainability practices within semiconductor and electronics manufacturing is intensifying. As a result, companies throughout the semiconductor value chain are working toward minimizing waste, curtailing the use of toxic chemicals, and reducing the carbon footprint from chip production. The fabrication of a two-gram microchip requires 32 kilograms of water, 1.6 kilograms of petroleum, and 72 grams of chemicals. A single factory manufactures millions of chips per year, wasting large amounts of water, generating tons of toxic chemicals, and producing carbon emissions. AWS solutions provide manufacturers with the insights they need to reduce energy use and the commensurate product carbon footprint (PCF). These solutions also produce an operating picture focused on carbon insights, based on interpretable and transparent representations of manufacturers’ supply chain and production processes. Using AWS, customers benefit from a single dashboard that shows up-to-date Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 emissions calculations at the product, process, and portfolio levels. Plus, AWS solutions use data to drive energy optimization recommendations and can simulate changes in the supply chain, renewable energy supply, plant usage, logistics, and other areas.
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