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EP100 Progress and Insights Report 2020
Our 2020 EP100 Annual Report tracks the rapid progress of energy-smart member companies improving their energy productivity. It reveals that by using the latest technologies, improving processes, and digitising use, just 33 EP100 companies have avoided 328 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent (CO2e) to date – more than the annual emissions of France. The transition is also good news for business, with a total of US$200 million in savings saved annually by the 22 companies able to cost up their energy savings. You can download the full report here.
Efficient Cooling in a Warming World - Why and how businesses are taking action
This 'Efficient cooling in a warming world' briefing shines a spotlight on three EP100 Cooling Challenge participants in India and the Middle East, who have identified ways of cooling their corporate operations efficiently. They are reaping annual cost savings while lowering GHG emissions. You can download the briefing here.
The Cooling Checklist was developed by The Climate Group in partnership with the Alliance to Save Energy as a tool for the EP100 Cooling Challenge. Companies can organise a smarter energy use audit in any facility and use the checklist to identify energy efficient measures (EEMs). You can download the checklist here.
EP100 Progress and Insights Report 2019
Our 2019 EP100 Annual Report tracks the progress of more than 20 companies as they make progress on their Energy Productivity Commitments. It shows how our members have saved over 730 TWH to dates, more than the equivilant of Germany's annual electricity consumption, and have collectively saved over US$131 million since joining EP100. You can download the full report here.
Fast-Tracking Corporate Energy Productivity in India
This whitepaper contains case studies from EP100 members Godrej Industries (GILAC) and UltraTech Cement, exploring the commitments they have made and the various initiatives that will help them double their energy productivity metrics by 2030 and 2035, respectively. You can download the whitepaper here.