EP100 brings together a growing group of energy-smart companies committed to using energy more productively, to lower greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate a clean economy.
The EP100 initiative is led by The Climate Group in partnership with the Alliance to Save Energy, in association with the World Green Building Council.
By setting ambitious targets and integrating energy efficiency into business strategies, leading energy-smart companies are driving cleantech innovation while delivering on emissions reduction goals.
The Climate Group estimates that if 100 companies double their energy productivity by 2030, over 170 million metric tons of emissions could be avoided, equivalent to taking 37 million cars off the road for a year.
What are the benefits?
From financial services and retail to automobile manufacturing and heavy industry, EP100 members are generating green growth, improving competitiveness, and banking substantial cost savings. EP100 companies are also driving wider economic benefits by helping to reduce primary energy demand and advance energy efficient technologies.
Energy productivity is about maximizing each unit of energy for greater economic output. The business case for companies builds upon 5 key advantages.
EP100 shares the compelling business case for increasing energy efficiency, encourages knowledge-sharing and peer-learning through webinars and events, and showcases member leadership through speaking slots at key events, digital media and media outreach.
What is expected of companies that make this commitment?
There are three commitment pathways companies can choose from in order to become an EP100 member:
Aereoporti di Roma
Airport Authority Hong Kong
AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund
Armstrong Fluid Technology
Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.
Foster & Partners
H&M Hennes & Mauritz
Hilton Worldwide, Inc.
John Sisk & Son (Sisk)
Local Government Super
Mahindra Heavy Engines
Mahindra Holidays and Resorts
Mahindra & Mahindra
Mahindra Vehicles Manufacturers Limited
Majid Al Futtaim Properties
Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corporation
Royal Bank of Scotland
Shaw Industries Group, Inc.
Swaraj Engines Ltd.
Yanbu Cement Company
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