EP100 members

The Climate Group’s global EP100 initiative in partnership with the Alliance to Save Energy brings together a group of 50 energy-smart companies committed to using energy more productively, to lower greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate a clean economy. Find out more about our EP100 campaign..


 

Aeroporti di Roma

Aeroporti di Roma is Italy’s largest airport and includes both the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport and Rome Ciampino Airport. The company has committed to increase its energy productivity by 150% by 2026, from a 2006 baseline, and sees a strong business case for doing so. 


 

AESG

AESG is a world leading specialist consulting, engineering and advisory firm working throughout Europe and the Middle East. AESG joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning and occupying only assets that are net zero carbon by 2030. 


 

Airport Authority Hong Kong

AIRPORT AUTHORITY HONG KONG

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) is responsible for the operation and development of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). The company joined with a commitment to expand the scope of its ISO 50001-certified energy management system to cover all terminal buildings by 2020 and increase energy productivity 30% by 2030 against a 2015 baseline. AAHK has replaced 100,000 conventional lighting units with LEDs – the first and largest project of its kind in Hong Kong. It uses integrated chilled water systems between terminal buildings and has updated its chillers, air handling units, and pumps with more efficient models. It is applying smart technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and internet of things (IoT) to analyze and optimize operational behavior to further its energy productivity.


 

AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund

The AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund (AWOF) provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of prime office assets, predominantly in the largest Australian markets of Sydney and Melbourne. AWOF joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning and developing only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030.


 

Armstrong Fluid Technology

Armstrong Fluid Technology is a leader and innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent fluid-flow solutions. The company joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing commits to owning and occupying only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030.


Berkeley Group

Berkeley Group is a British property developer that builds approximately 10% of London’s new homes. In 2018, it became the first carbon positive homebuilder across its operations. Berkeley Group joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning, occupying and developing only assets that are net zero carbon by 2030.


 

Brandix Apparel Solution Limited

Brandix Apparel Solution Limited (BASL) is a leading apparel manufacturer in the South Asian region, with a vision to be “The Inspired Solution for Branded Clothing”. Firmly anchored to its roots in Sri Lanka, Brandix is one of the largest suppliers of apparel to the United States & Europe. Brandix joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning only assets that are net zero carbon by 2030. To meet this target, Brandix will adopt and invest in energy efficient technologies and use renewable energy, including solar and biomass, to power all its factories.


 

Bruntwood

Bruntwood is a leading British commercial property developer with over 120 properties across the UK. Bruntwood joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning and developing only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030. To meet this target, Bruntwood is embedding energy efficient measures and installation of onsite energy generation/storage across its portfolio while refining energy and carbon management design principles. 


 

Cbus Property

Cbus Property is the property investment and development arm of CBUS, the national superannuation fund for the building, construction and allied industries in Australia. Cbus Property drives innovative sustainability outcomes across all buildings and joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway. Its energy productivity efforts include maximizing on-site energy generation and storage, sourcing remaining requirements from off-site renewable energy sources, measuring building performance through the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS), and installing smart energy management monitoring through the Envizi data management platform.


 

Covestro

Covestro is among the world’s leading manufacturers of premium polymers and its products and application solutions are found in nearly every area of modern life. Covestro is working on sustainable solutions to challenges such as climate change and set a CO2 reduction target of 50% by 2025 compared to 2005, of which energy efficiency will account for 40%. Covestro’s pledge is to double its energy productivity by 2030 compared to a 2005 baseline.


 

Cree

Cree is a market-leading innovator if lighting-class LEDs, LED lighting and semiconductor solutions for wireless and power applications. The company strives to minimize resource use and reduce the environmental impact of its production process. Cree has committed to double its energy productivity by 2020 based on a 2014 baseline, through measures such as the adoption of LED lighting throughout its facilities and continued improvement of LED performance.


 

Cundall

Cundall is a multi-disciplinary consultancy providing engineering, design and sustainable solutions for the built environment. Cundall joined EP100 through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to occupying only assets that are net zero carbon by 2025. To meet this target, Cundall will implement energy efficiency measures, procure renewable energy (tenant energy) and procure renewable energy related offsets (landlord energy). The company is also committed to delivering more carbon positive buildings, reducing energy (operating and embodied) during project design, and to reducing its entire business footprint.


 

Daiwa House Industry

Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd. Is Japan’s largest homebuilder, specializing in prefabricated houses. The company also is engaged in the construction of factories, shopping centres, health care facilities, the management and operation of resort hotels, golf courses and fitness clubs. Daiwa House promotes environmental management across the group, striving to achieve a ‘zero environmental impact’. It is committed to doubling its energy productivity by 2040 against a 2015 baseline, with the chosen metric of net sales/GJ of energy. Daiwa House is implementing measures such as efficient office buildings, utilization of smart devices by construction engineers and automation of office work.


 

Dalmia Cement

Dalmia Cement is one of India’s leading cement manufacturers and is committed to being a sustainability leader in this sector. The company has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2030, using a 2010-11 baseline, and views EP100 as the natural progression of its corporate vision.


 

Danfoss

Danfoss is a world leader in the supply of technologies that enable the world to reduce energy consumption and ensure an efficient use of resources. Danfoss produces and sells an extensive range of products and solutions for refrigeration, air conditioning, heating, motor control and off-highway machinery. The company also provides solutions for renewable energy, such as solar and wind power, as well as district energy infrastructure for cities. Danfoss has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2030 compared to 2007. 


 

Dexus

Dexus is one of Australia’s leading real estate groups, managing an Australian property portfolio valued at AUD27.2 billion. Dexus joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to achieve net zero carbon emissions across its managed property portfolio by 2030. To achieve this target, Dexus will incorporate technologies for building retrofits across its portfolio and consider energy productivity within each upgrade, utilize analytics platforms that respond to customer behaviors and preferences, and introduce smart technologies such as AI, voice activation and robotics to reduce energy waste and improve efficiency.


 

Foster + Partners

Foster + Partners is a global studio for sustainable architecture, urbanism, and design founded by Norman Foster in 1967. Sustainability is at the heart of its work, with all projects audited against global standards while developing bespoke strategies that drive the environmental agenda. Foster + Partners joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment Pathway, committing to occupying only assets that are net zero carbon by 2030. To meet this target Foster + Partners will implement an integrated design approach that enables innovative strategies for low carbon solutions. 


 

Frasers Property Australia

Frasers Property Australia is one of Australia’s leading diversified property groups and is the Australian division of global parent entity Frasers Property. Frasers Property Australia joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning, occupying and developing only assets that are net zero carbon by 2028. To meet this target Frasers Property Australia aims to decrease energy intensity company-wide by 20% by 2020 through proactive energy efficiency and retrofit measures, and incorporate renewable energy into all new developments.


 

Godrej Industries

Godrej Industries Limited and Associate Companies (GILAC) has committed three of its four companies to doubling their energy productivity by 2030, against a 2011-12 baseline year. The committed companies are Godrej Industries Limited, Godrej Consumer Products Limited and Godrej Agrovet. Parent company Godrej Group puts sustainability at the heart of its manufacturing process and value chain, and as such as made year on year energy savings. To achieve this, the company has invested in measures such as heat pumps, micro turbines, as well as implementing more efficient chemical processes.


 

GPT Wholesale Office Fund

The GPT Wholesale Office Fund (GWOF) is a leader in energy efficiency, emissions reduction and public disclosure for its large portfolio of premium grade office buildings in Australia, with over $9m of energy cost savings in 2017 compared to its 2005 baseline intensity. GWOF joined  through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030.To meet this target, GWOF will build on its implementation of energy efficiency reduction measures, energy management programs and renewable energy procurement strategies.


 

H&M

H&M is a global, Swedish multinational clothing retail company. The company has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2030 and plans to achieve this by building stores that use 40% less energy than those constructed today, as well as investing in new technologies for lighting and HVAC to improve its operational energy productivity. H&M also aims to have 100% of its supplier partners enrolled in an energy efficiency program by 2025, as well as reduce the energy used in its logistics, transport and warehouses.


 

Hilton

Hilton is a global leader in hospitality. The company is committed to rolling out an energy management system to achieve a 40% energy productivity improvement by 2030 (2008 baseline). Hilton currently maintains the largest portfolio of triple-ISO certified buildings, with the company’s entire portfolio of 5,400 hotels certified to ISO 9001 (Quality Management), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) and ISO 50001 (Energy Management). From 2008 - 2018, Hilton reduced its energy use intensity by 20%, and its carbon footprint by 30%. Over the same period, Hilton’s portfolio of hotels achieved over US$1billion in cumulative utility cost savings by operating more sustainably.


 

Hongbo

Hongbo is a Chinese LED manufacturer. Hongbo pledged to make energy productivity improvements of at least 2.5% per year in order to make consistent progress towards doubling its energy productivity.

 


 

Integral Group

Integral Group is a global engineering firm that designs high performance buildings. The company joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to occupying only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030. The company aims to be the "deepest green" engineering firm in the world. To meet this target Integral Group will implement ongoing energy efficiency upgrades across tenancies and work with landlords on renewable energy procurements. Integral Group has designed over 100 Net Zero Energy buildings, 50 LEED platinum projects and 9 Living Building Challenge projects.


 

Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls is a diversified technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. The company has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2030 compared to a 2009 baseline. Johnson Controls has implemented a range of measures to improve its energy efficiency which has resulted in substantial savings on energy costs.


 

Kilroy Realty Corporation

Kilroy Realty Corporation is a publicly traded West Coast Real Estate Investment Trust with a stabilized portfolio, and additional 3.2 million square feet in development. Kilroy Realty Corporation joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning, occupying and developing only buildings with net zero operations by 2030. To meet this target Kilroy Realty Corporation will work to achieve zero emissions through onsite energy efficiency, onsite renewable installations, and adding capacity to the grid via offsite renewable procurement.


 

Landsec

Landsec is the UK’s largest commercial property development and investment company. The company aims to be the sustainability leader in the UK listed real estate sector. Landsec recognizes that reducing energy consumption will be a key vehicle in helping the company to achieve its science-based target for reducing emissions. Landsec has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2034 compared to a baseline year of 2014. The company has reduced the energy consumption of its London office portfolio by 13% over three years.


 

Local Government Super

Local Government Super is one of Australia's most sustainable super funds. Established in 1997, the company incorporates environmental practices and social considerations into the day to day management of its direct property portfolio to reduce the impact of its operations and enhance the retirement income of its members. Local Government Super joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning only assets that are net zero carbon by 2030. To meet this target LGS has already achieved 5 Star Green Star Performance rating from the GBCA in December 2017, an Australian first for a property portfolio, and achieved ‘Carbon Neutral’ certification under the National Carbon Offset Standard (NCOS) for all of its NABERS rated buildings.


 

Mahindra & Mahindra

Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, part of the Mahindra Group, is an Indian multinational automobile manufacturing company and is the world’s largest manufacturer of tractors. Mahindra and Mahindra has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2030 compared to a 2008-09 baseline. Mahindra & Mahindra has implemented some key measures to improve its energy productivity, including energy efficient lighting, air conditioning, and motors as well as re-engineering of the business process to reduce energy demand.


 

Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd.

Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. is a part of the Leisure and Hospitality sector of the Mahindra Group and offers holidays primarily through vacation ownership memberships. Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. strives to adopt sustainable practices in all its operations and recognizes the long-term benefits of doing so. Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2030 compared to a 2008-09 baseline year. The company is implementing a variety of measures including transitioning to LED lighting, upgrading to energy efficient HVAC systems, and use of timers for high-load equipment.


 

Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers Limited

Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers Limited operates as a subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra Limited and manufactures utility vehicles (UVs), light transport vehicles (LTVs), and commercial vehicles. The company is based in Mumbai, India. Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers Limited is committed to doubling its energy productivity by 2040 against a 2015 baseline year.


 

Mahindra Heavy Engines Limited

Mahindra Heavy Engines Limited operates as a subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra Limited and manufactures diesel engines for medium and heavy commercial vehicles. Mahindra Heavy Engines Limited is committed to doubling its energy productivity by 2041 against a 2016 baseline year.


 

Majid Al Futtaim

Majid Al Futtaim is the leading shopping mall, communities, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and has a vision to transform the face of shopping, entertainment and leisure to create ‘great moments for everyone, everyday’. Majid Al Futtaim joined  through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning only spaces that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030. To meet this target, Majid Al Futtaim will implement measures to upgrade existing buildings and incorporate energy efficiency and renewable energy systems into new projects.


 

Nightingale Housing

Nightingale Housing is an Australian housing provider constructing multi-residential buildings that are financially, socially and environmentally sustainable. Nightingale Housing joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway.


 

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT)

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) is the largest telecommunications company in Japan and one of the largest worldwide. The company is committed to doubling its energy productivity by 2025, against a 2017 baseline. To meet its target, NTT will convert its power facilities into direct current, adopt energy saving measures, and implement social and governance measures with the aim of contributing to the United National Sustainable Development Goals. The company consumes around 1% of all the electricity used in Japan.


 

RBS

RBS is a large banking and financial services company with its headquarters in Scotland. As a member of EP100, the company will improve its energy productivity 40% by 2025 against its 2015 baseline and roll out an energy management system. The bank has already upgraded 103 Building Management Systems (BMS) which are reporting 18% energy savings in a year thanks to efforts at its data centers, such as reducing IT loads, a new data hall, new chiller systems, and technology to help identify and reduce inefficiencies.


 

Sasol

Sasol is a carbon-intensive integrated chemicals and energy company with operations in 33 countries. The company has committed to installing an energy management system (EnMS) in its operations within 10 years, targeting a 30% energy productivity improvement by 2030 against a 2010 baseline year. Sasol recognizes that it has a responsibility to lower its emissions, and that it has an opportunity to help develop viable technological solutions that address climate change while improving energy security in South Africa.


 

Salesforce

Salesforce.com Inc. is an American cloud computing company committed to playing its role in tackling climate change. Salesforce joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning and occupying only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030.


 

 

Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is committed to doubling its energy productivity by 2030 with a 2005 baseline. The company has already reduced its energy consumption by 10% every three years over a decade. Going forward, Schneider Electric plans to double its energy productivity partly through use of its own technical solutions, such as EcoStruxure™, an Internet-of-things-enabled smart technology. 


 

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Shaw Contract

Shaw Contract, a division of Shaw Industries, Inc., is a product manufacturer and joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning and occupying only buildings that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030, including manufacturing associated emissions. To meet this target, Shaw Contract will implement energy efficiency measures to achieve a 40% improvement in energy intensity and carbon emissions by 2030, and will also use renewable sources including offsets to achieve carbon neutrality.


 

John Sisk & Son

“Sisk” is Ireland’s largest construction company and is committed to increasing sustainable construction and minimizing the environmental effect of its projects on society. Sisk has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2030 against a 2014 baseline. Sisk has already identified site and fleet fuel as its significant energy users and has a number of projects on its action plan for implementation in order to tackle this. Improved generator efficiency and an ‘Eco Driving’ pilot project have already produced impressive results that will be applied to the company’s wider operations in order to drive progress towards meeting its target.


 

SSE plc

SSE is an energy company based in Scotland. SSE will double its energy productivity by 2030 from a 2010/11 baseline. To achieve this goal, SSE has already invested US$15.4 million on energy efficiency measures in its buildings and depots, leading to annual operational savings of at least US$3.7 million which go back into the projects. These include increased digitalization and transitioning to cloud-based computing, which has already seen energy use at SSE’s data centre sites drop by 22% between 2016 and 2019.


 

Stockland

Stockland is an Australian Property Developer and a global leader in sustainability, having been the only CDP A-Listed Australian company in 2017. Stockland signed up two of its divisions – Stockland Retirement Living and Stockland Logistics – to EP100 through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to owning only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030.To meet this target, Stockland plans to extend its existing rooftop solar program on its retail town centre portfolio to implement a leading logistics warehouse rooftop solar program. Stockland has been a leader in energy efficiency and carbon reduction, achieving over 55% emissions reduction in its office portfolio between FY06 and FY18, and 45% in its retail portfolio in the same timeframe.


 

Swaraj Engines Ltd

Swaraj Engines Ltd

Swaraj Engines Ltd is an Indian manufacturer and supplier of diesel engines and is part of the Mahindra Group conglomerate. The company has committed to double its energy productivity by 2040 compared to a 2014-2015 baseline. Swaraj Engines Ltd has several energy efficiency projects underway, including the installation of LED lighting, light tunnels to capture daylight, waste heat recovery, cooling, and the replacement of old power cables.


 

Swiss Re

Swiss Re is a leading wholesale provider of reinsurance, insurance and other insurance-based forms of risk transfer. Swiss Re identified climate change as a major sustainability challenge almost 20 years ago, and has put a special focus on this topic ever since. Swiss Re has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2020 compared to a baseline year of 2005. By joining EP100, Swiss Re seeks to demonstrate that a strong commitment to a sustainable energy future is good for business.


 

TCI Co., Ltd

TCI Co., Ltd is a Taiwanese manufacturer of dietary supplements,  functional drinks, and skin care products. The company has committed to deploying an energy management system across all its facilities within 10 years as well as improve its energy productivity 35% by 2040, both from a 2016 baseline year. TCI will install new equipment in its Pingtung factories to improve energy productivity, including acquiring ISO50001 certified energy management systems. The company will also install LED lighting in its Taipei headquarters, and will actively work to roll out smarter energy use in its supply chain.  


 

TRIDL

TRIDL is a facial mask and skincare company operating in Asia and North America. Having already switched to LED lighting, TRIDL is installing a energy management system to improve its energy productivity by 30% by 2048 (2018 baseline). The company aims to efficiently measure energy use in all of its products, commercial buildings, equipment and vehicles.


 

UltraTech Cement

UltraTech Cement is one of the world’s leading cement producers, and the largest manufacturer of grey cement, Ready Mix concrete (RMC) and white cement in India. UltraTech Cement has committed to doubling its energy productivity by 2035 compared to its 2010 baseline. The company sees the improvement of its energy performance as one of the critical levers for reducing the carbon intensity of its operations and has already invested in energy efficiency measures across its manufacturing plants, including cooler upgrades, voltage variable frequency drives and waste heat recovery systems. Going forward, the company will make use of digitization, carbon pricing, and new technologies.


 

Woolworths Holdings

Woolworths Holdings is one of South Africa’s largest retail chains and has a vision to be the most sustainable retailer in the Southern Hemisphere. The company has many different areas of focus within its sustainability strategy, and is working with stakeholders in its supply chain to save energy and reduce emissions. The company has pledged to double its energy productivity by 2020 compared to a baseline year of 2005. 


 

YCC

YANBU CEMENT COMPANY

Yanbu Cement Company (YCC) is one of the largest cement manufacturers in Saudi Arabia. The company joined EP100 with a commitment to implementing an energy management system (EnMS) to achieve a 30% energy productivity improvement by 2025 compared to a 2010 baseline. YCC has taken significant steps to improve its energy productivity, including replacing its main kiln and calciner burners with new efficient models. It is also investing in waste heat recovery to generate power, as well as computer software to operate its cement mills more efficiently.


 

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