Even though recent years have witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of works published in this area, pfoduction related research questions have been opened up without sufficiently linking research approaches and research insights. From this classification, gaps in the existing literature review on production planning are derived and potential areas for future research are suggested.
Subsequently, the paper outlines the review methodology used and descriptively analyzes the sampled literature review on production planning. The aim of this paper is to investigate the links between these questions and to highlight how the modeling approaches developed for different manufacturing systems, energy pricing policies, and energy efficiency criteria can benefit from each other and lead to more advanced energy-efficient production planning approaches.
Afterwards, the selected papers are categorized according to the production planning tasks considered.
Author links open overlay panel Konstantin Biel Christoph H. Abstract Following the scarcity of resources, rising energy prices, and an increasing awareness of the litedature manufacturing plays in the generation of greenhouse literature review on production planning emissions, the consumption of energy has more and more been the subject of research on production planning over the last decade.