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Siemens is going carbon neutral

With our commitment to turn our operations carbon neutral by 2030, Siemens sets a clear signal even before the adoption of the Paris Agreement. By setting this goal, we express our firm belief that companies play a pioneering role in the fight against climate change. Our goal is clear: All Siemens production facilities and buildings worldwide are to achieve a net zero-carbon footprint by 2030. This program not only benefits humanity and the environment, but also comes with sustainable economic advantages for our company.

Latest figures

What have we achieved so far?

CO2 savings realized up to now

25%

Since program launch, we managed to reduce our CO2 emission by more than 25%.

Siemens Energy Efficiency Program

15%

Our investments in energy efficiency projects led to 15% reduced energy costs.

Green power for Siemens

80%

80% of our German sites use 100% green energy.

Next major steps

Measures and goals by 2020

Siemens Energy Efficiency Program

100 million

We plan to invest €100 million in energy efficiency projects.

Deployment of distributed energy systems

45 million

We plan to invest around €45 million in distributed energy systems.

Smart mobility

200

We will gradually expand the infrastructure of today’s 200 charging points for electric vehicles at German sites.

Green power for Siemens

70%

70% of our global power consumption will be met by power from renewable energy sources.

Siemens will be carbon neutral by 2030

How will we manage this?

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