Aug 03, 2023

Panasonic in Numbers / Feature Story


Panasonic in Numbers: Zero CO₂ Factory

According to estimates from the World Economic Forum, the manufacturing and production sectors together generate approximately one-fifth1 of all global CO2 emissions.
Under its Panasonic GREEN IMPACT initiative, the Panasonic Group has been contributing to decarbonization through energy conservation and proactive use and procurement of renewable energy.
To date, 31 manufacturing facilities2 have achieved “Zero CO23 status within the Group, including a whopping 22 facilities during fiscal year 2023 alone.

1 Source:
2 Achieved by 22 plants in FY23: Japan (8), China & NEA (6), SEA/Oceania/India/South Asia/Middle East (3), North & Latin America (4), and Europe & CIS (1). Nine plants achieved this status in FY22.
3 Zero-CO2 plant: Facility achieving net-zero CO2 emissions by promoting energy conservation, introducing renewable energy, utilizing carbon credits, etc.

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