The carbon-neutral program has been designed to alleviate the expanding carbon footprint of its own processes and in the products it supplies
Hitachi ABB Power Grids, a global leader in power technology, has reportedly declared a holistic program to accomplish carbon-neutrality vision in its own maneuvers by 2030 end. Furthermore, the company is also likely to continue mobilizing resources to protect its employees and support India’s coronavirus relief efforts.
Reports suggest that the carbon-neutrality program is developed to alleviate the carbon footprint of its own processes and in services and products that it delivers. The goal of the program is aligned with UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 7 and India’s Mission Innovation, in an attempt to increase access to clean and affordable energy.
Importantly, the company seeks to reach its carbon-neutral aim of 100% fossil-free electricity by Fiscal Year 2022. Moreover, it is also electrifying its procedures to deliver further efficacies over the forthcoming years.
In addition to this, the 2030 targets include a 50% reduction in CO2 emission along the value chain and the introduction of greenhouse gas-free technology solutions and services. Besides, two more targets related to a 50% reduction in cutting freshwater usage and waste generation by 25% within the next 10 years.
Speaking on the latest accomplishment, MD and CEO of Hitachi ABB Power Grids in India, N Venu mentioned that the firm sees itself as a key enabler of the sustainable energy future and is playing an important role in the fight against global warming.
N Venu further cited that the firm expects to reduce carbon emissions for the benefit of the society and environment by adopting a more systemic approach to business development. With solutions like groundbreaking e-bus rapid-charging technology, the enterprise remains at the forefront of enabling the clean energy transition in the Indian subcontinent.