Grundfos has become the first organisation in the water solutions sector to receive full validation of its carbon neutrality (net zero) target by 2050 from the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi), a climate action organisation that enables companies to set science-based greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. In addition, SBTi has also validated the company’s short-term emissions reduction targets for 2030.
Poul Due Jensen, Group President & CEO of Grundfos, this is the “most significant long-term climate commitment in our sustainability journey at Grundfos, one that highlights our leadership in taking climate action across our footprint and deep into our value chain. At Grundfos, our services and solutions go beyond water, just like our sustainability ambitions: saving energy, saving water, circular business, and access to water.
As a leading pump manufacturer and water solutions provider, we take responsibility for the carbon that is emitted not only to produce our products, but also for the energy consumed when they are in use. This creates a layer of complexity that many companies do not have when it comes to tracking emissions reductions, and I am immensely proud to see Grundfos leading the industry in the brave pursuit of a better world for people, businesses, and planet” – he commented.
Grundfos aims to accelerate its transformation to a sustainable future while enabling its customers to save energy.
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