Danfoss turns up energy optimisation and turns down CO2 emission globally - but starting with itself
Danfoss A/S is an international group of more than 72 factories in 20 countries with a turnover of EUR 6.3 billion in 2019 (DKK 47.3 billion) from sales in 100 countries. Globally, they have approx. 28,000 employees - around 5,300 of these are working in Denmark and their head office is in Nordborg on Als.
Earlier Danfoss was known for its iconic thermostats for heat regulation but the company also has a large product portfolio within solar and wind energy, heat and cooling. Thus, Danfoss plays an important role in the global green transition by promoting energy efficiency, enabling electrification and minimising CO2 emissions. The company’s solutions thus help the whole world creating sustainable growth.
Danfoss starts with itself and has an ambitious objective that their operation should be CO2 neutral in 2030 at the latest. Since 2007 the company has reduced its energy intensity by 45% which means that today they manufacture almost twice as much with the same energy consumption.
Hear much more about Danfoss’ visions and their visions of a more sustainable world at Bureau Veritas’ Kick Off Seminar 2021.
By Kim Fausing, President & CEO, Danfoss