EP100 members

EP100 is a global corporate energy efficiency initiative, bringing together over 125 ambitious businesses, committed to improving their energy efficiency. To date, EP100 members have saved $1.2 USD billion whilst reducing their emissions by more than the annual emissions of Denmark, Italy and Portugal combined.

Operating across 126 markets, EP100 members are committed to either doubling their energy productivity, implementing an energy management system, or achieving net zero carbon buildings.  Learn more about our global network of members via the case studies and membership table below.

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Double Energy Productivity – Landsec

  • Headquarters – UK
  • Joining year – 2016
  • Target year – 2034

Learn more about Landsec's energy efficiency journey in this case study.

Implement an Energy Management System – Mabe

  • Headquarters – Mexico
  • Joining year – 2020
  • Target year – 2030

Learn more about Mabe's energy efficiency journey in this case study.

Net Zero Carbon Buildings – Arthaland Corporation

  • Headquarters – Philippines
  • Joining year – 2020
  • Target year – 2030

Learn more about Arthaland's energy efficiency journey in this case study.

Members

Name Commitment Website
ABB Implement an energy management system (EnMS) across all global operations by 2030, and improve energy productivity by 20% by 2030, relative to a 2019 baseline year. global.abb/group/en

Switzerland-based ABB is a leading global technology company, specializing in electrification, robotics, automation and motion. Through its technologies, ABB energizes the transformation of society and industry to achieve a more productive, sustainable future. ABB commits to implement an energy management system (EnMS) across all global operations by 2030, and improve energy productivity by 20% by 2030, relative to a 2019 baseline year.

Active Super Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to achieving carbon neutral status for the remaining assets by 2020. www.activesuper.com.au

Active Super is one of Australia's most sustainable super funds. The company incorporates environmental practices and social considerations into the day-to-day management of its direct property portfolio, reducing the impact of its operations and making positive contributions to society. To meet their NZCB target, in 2021 their property portfolio achieved a '6-star Green Star — Performance' rating from the GBCA, the first super fund with a mixed property portfolio to achieve this 'World Leadership' rating and in 2019, was the first NABERS-rated property portfolio to be certified carbon neutral in accordance with the Climate Active Carbon Neutral Standard for Buildings.

AECOM (UK & Ireland) Net Zero Carbon Buildings, committing to only owning and occupying assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030. aecom.com/uk

AECOM is the world’s premier infrastructure consulting firm – planners, designers, engineers, consultants and construction managers driven by a common purpose to deliver a better world. On projects spanning transportation, buildings, water, governments, energy and the environment, they partner with clients to build legacies for generations to come. AECOM has joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings, committing to only owning and occupying assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030.

Aeroporti Di Roma Implement an energy management system (EnMS) across all global operations by 2019, and improve energy productivity by 150% by 2026, relative to a 2006 baseline year. www.adr.it/fiumicino

Aeroporti di Roma is Italy’s largest airport and includes both the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport and Rome Ciampino Airport. This company commits to implement an energy management system (EnMS) across all global operations by 2019, and improve energy productivity by 150% by 2026, relative to a 2006 baseline year. 

AESG Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway committing to advocating net zero principles across all of their own assets and projects by 2030, with an advanced target to achieve net zero for scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions by 2021. aesg-me.com

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 advocating net zero principles across all of their own assets and projects by 2030, with an advanced target to achieve net zero for scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions by 2021.

Airport Authority Hong Kong Implement an energy management system (EnMS) across all operations, and increase their energy productivity by 10% by 2035 relative to a 2018 baseline. www.hongkongairport.com/en

The Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) pledged to make Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) the world’s greenest airport in 2012. This pledge serves as a goal and a driver to continuously improve HKIA’s environmental performance. AAHK has established a set of corporate-wide policies to reiterate its commitment to achieving high standards of environmental performance and developed an airport-wide carbon reduction strategy to drive energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This company commits to implement an energy management system (EnMS) across all operations, and increase their energy productivity by 10% by 2035 relative to a 2018 baseline.

Ansell Implement an energy management system (EnMS) across all operations by 2028, and improve energy productivity by 5% by 2040 relative to a 2020 baseline year. www.ansell.com

Ansell is a diversified global leader in protection solutions – integrated manufacturer, innovator and marketer of products on which millions of workers and healthcare professionals rely on. Operating in two business segments, Industrial and Healthcare, Ansell employees over 14,000 people worldwide with manufacturing operations in Latin America, EMEA, and Asia Pacific and customers in over 100 countries around the world trust Ansell and its products. Ansell’s ambitious environmental goals strive towards provision of sustainable protection. The company commits to implementing an energy management system (EnMS) across all operations by 2028, as well as a 5% energy productivity improvement by 2040 against a 2020 baseline year.

Arçelik Double energy productivity by 2030, relative to a 2010 baseline, and implement an energy management system (EnMS) across its global production facilities by 2025. www.arcelikglobal.com/en/company/about-us/overview

Arçelik is a multinational household appliances manufacturer engaged in the production and marketing of durable goods, components, consumer electronics and after-sale services, with its 12 brands including Beko and Grundig. This company commits to double energy productivity by 2030, relative to a 2010 baseline, and implement energy management systems across its global production facilities by 2025.

Argent Services Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to all occupied assets operating at net zero carbon by 2030. www.argentllp.co.uk

The principal activity of Argent Services LLP is the provision of development, asset and estate management to property-related projects. In Birmingham, Manchester and through the redevelopment of King’s Cross the company has successfully engaged on some of the most significant regeneration projects in the UK. Argent Services has joined through the Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing to all occupied assets operating at net zero carbon by 2030.

Armstrong Fluid Technology Net Zero Carbon Buildings pathway, committing commits to owning and occupying only assets that are net zero carbon in operation by 2030. armstrongfluidtechnology.com

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.

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