More and more large companies of all types are committing the use of renewable energy in their day-to-day operations. Fujitsu is one of many who have realized that corporate accountability will play a larger role in their operations now and in the future.
IT giant Fujitsu has joined RE100 with a commitment to source 100% renewable electricity by 2050, with an interim target of 40% by 2030. Japan’s largest IT company joins more than 130 major businesses in the global RE100 initiative, which is led by The Climate Group in partnership with CDP . They are all committed to 100% renewable power. "We are delighted to welcome Fujitsu to RE100" said Sam Kimmins, Head of RE100, The Climate Group. "Their commitment comes at a crucial time, sending a clear message to the world that Japanese companies are committed, alongside their global peers, to using 100% renewable power.” Hideyuki Kanemitsu, VP, Head of Responsible Business Unit, Fujitsu , said: “Joining RE100 demonstrates our strong intention to deliver on our FUJITSU Climate and Energy Vision. We expect to see opportunities to collaborate with customers and various stakeholders through our RE100 membership.” Investing in clean energy solutions Fujitsu will consider the appropriate steps for each region of its operations, expanding its procurement of renewable electricity at locations in Japan and around the world, starting with datacenters outside of Japan. Some of these datacenters have already achieved 100% renewable electricity. The company will utilize a combination […]