Only 17 companies worldwide have signed all three of non-profit organization Climate Group’s initiatives to help accelerate the green transition. Danfoss is one of them.
This week, Climate Group acknowledges our commitment in a blog post where we are highlighted along with Siemens, ABB, Schneider Electric, and European Metal Recycling.
Companies that signed-up for EV100 commit to electrifying their car fleets by 2030. RE100 binds signing companies to switch to 100 percent renewable electricity. And EP100 is about energy productivity – how much we sell for each GWh of energy used. Danfoss pledged to double its energy productivity compared to 2007 levels.
Senior Vice President, Group Communication & Reputation, Martin Rossen:
“Danfoss was the first company to join all three of Climate Group’s green transition activities. The reason is simple: sustainability is our business. Our solutions enable the green transition, and we should take our own medicine. That’s also why we target complete CO2 neutrality by 2030.”
Climate Group is an international non-profit organization promoting climate action and the drive towards a green economy. Read more about Climate Group here.
Big companies play a critical role in the transition to a low-carbon economy. Danfoss is leading the way having set goals to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 and science-based targets aligned with 1.5°C of global warming.