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Danfoss heads for a sustainable future by decarbonising its business


In an attempt to combat global heating and maintaining equilibrium in the potential CO2 impact in commercial terms and long-term factory footprint considerations.

The Danfoss Group has considerably lowered its global energy intensity in the last few years. Currently, they are involved in initiating additional activities that would further reduce energy consumption and transition the remaining energy demand at all Danfoss operations towards renewable energy. Furthermore, Danfoss commits to change its company car fleet to become all electric latest by 2030. These initiatives are all steps towards being CO2 neutral in all of the company’s global operations at the latest by 2030. We will continuously update our plans to stay aligned with science.

To be more precise, Danfoss is committed to combat global heating, Danfoss is joining the UN Global Compact’s campaign on “Business Ambition for 1.5°C – Our Only Future” and commits to setting science-based targets. Hereby Danfoss joins the global movement of leading companies aligning their businesses with the most ambitious aim of the Paris Agreement, to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.

“Focusing on energy efficiency, sector coupling and electrification are the key steps to a sustainable future. This is the very core of our business and the solutions we provide to our customers. Decarbonising our business, for example by using surplus energy from our process heat in production and datacenters, are natural steps. Driving electrification and integrate renewable energy is how we take climate action and reach our targets. We are well under way and we will continue to move forward to showcase that green growth is indeed possible,” says Kim Fausing, President and CEO of the Danfoss Group.

The company is currently working on detailed plans to attain the desired targets and to maintain equilibrium in the potential CO2 impact, commercial terms and long-term factory footprint considerations. The overall approach is “energy efficiency first” that also supports a high share of renewable. Less green energy needed means that less investments are needed for grid extension, energy storage, back-up capacities and energy imports. Finally, electrification, powered by renewable, is an enabling tool that will allow Danfoss to decarbonise the business.

“Sustainability is good business for our customers, for the planet and people. As a leading business, we prove that it is possible to deliver on ambitious climate targets – both by decarbonising our own business and by providing the solutions needed to decouple economic growth from energy consumption, reducing the energy needed in the first place,” says Kim Fausing, Danfoss CEO.

Helen Clarkson, CEO, The Climate Group, said, “Global companies have an important role to play in accelerating the energy transition. By joining EP100 and putting smart energy use at the heart of its business strategy, Danfoss is already leading by example. We are excited that Danfoss is now also joining EV100 and RE100, making them one of the hopefully many more companies to make all three commitments, demonstrating that smarter energy and transport goes hand in hand”.

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