EP100 showcases the world’s most influential businesses committed to doubling their energy productivity.
Energy productivity is about getting more economic output from each unit of energy, and builds on the huge progress that has already been made on energy efficiency.
Doubling energy productivity in the US by 2030 will save US$327 billion a year in energy costs, add 1.3 million jobs** and reduce CO2 emissions by 33% below 2005 levels. And it could reduce the global fossil fuel bill by more than €2 trillion and create more than six million jobs globally by 2020.*
So it should come as no surprise that the US government has endorsed the goal of doubling national energy productivity, along with more than 100 US businesses. Early adopters are earning recognition from spearheading this transformation.
We invite companies around the world to demonstrate their leadership by joining EP100 and embracing energy efficiency as the ‘first fuel’ in the race to a clean energy future. Current EP100 members include Covestro, Dalmia Cement, Danfoss, Hongbo Group, Johnson Controls, Land Securities, Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd., Mahindra & Mahindra, Swiss Re, Woolworths Holdings.
EP100, which The Climate Group serves as the Secretariat for, offers a forum for sharing best practices and showcasing the leadership of companies making progress toward bold, public commitments on energy productivity.