Danfoss Pledges to Cut Energy Consumption in Half by 2030

February 19, 2016

Danfoss, a world leading provider of energy efficient technologies and solutions for heating and cooling systems, is accelerating its energy efficiency efforts by introducing ambitious climate targets. Noting that most of the world’s energy consumption comes from industry and buildings, has focused its Climate Strategy 2030 on doing more with less in its own business processes, production and buildings. By 2030, the company aims to run its business using half as much energy and emitting half as much CO2 as in 2007.

Over the years, Danfoss has run energy-saving projects at some of the world’s largest factories, often reducing energy consumption for building operation 25 to 30 percent. The savings are primarily obtained through the optimisation of the systems controlling the ventilation, heating and cooling using Danfoss’ products. “Worldwide, we deliver some of the most innovative and efficient technologies for saving energy; helping cities and companies to reach their targets,” notes President & CEO Niels B. Christiansen. “Now, we are intensifying our own efforts in the form of a new, ambitious climate strategy, which builds on what we have already done and achieved.”