Volvo Cars plans to be a fully electric car company by 2030, as a key part of the transition to zero tailpipe emission mobility.
Siemens has already more than halved its CO2 emissions since 2015. In 2020, it helped its customers cut 150 million metric tons of CO2 through its technologies and solutions.
Aeon's company headquarter buildings and other nine shopping centers are already using 100% renewable electricity.
Salesforce delivers its customers carbon-neutral cloud computing and is mobilizing the global effort to see an additional trillion trees on Earth.
In 2020, Brambles achieved its goal to purchase 100% of its wood from certified sources in all the markets where it operates.
Over the last three years, Telia Company has reduced greenhouse gas emissions from their operations (Scope 1 and 2) by 79%.
Mahindra Group is India’s first certified carbon-neutral factory and the first company in India to double energy productivity.
All of Ricoh's flagship products are assembled by using 100% renewable electricity. The global headquarters in Tokyo is now powered by 100% renewable electricity.
Asahi is already brewing half of its beers in Europe with renewable energy, and using 40% less water than we used 10 years ago.
McKinsey are on track to reach net-zero by 2030 with 100% renewable energy, a fully electric fleet of vehicles and targeting the highest environmental standards.
Unilever sourced 100% renewable grid electricity across its operations worldwide, while transforming the way its factories run by investing in new technologies.
In the last five years alone, Iberdrola have reduced direct emissions by 25%. Now, they are investing a further €150 billion throughout this decisive decade.
Acciona has already reached 62.2% renewable electricity and reduced total energy consumption from fossil fuel sources by 86% compared to 2017.
Over the last decade Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, has reduced value chain emissions (including scopes 1, 2 and 3) by 30%.
Recently, Signify formed the first Pan-European consortium for future wind farms and launched the world's most energy efficient light bulb.
By 2030 Rolls-Royce will have replaced 10% of the fuel used in all Civil Aerospace testing and development activities with Sustainable Aviation Fuels.
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