Energy efficiency is a focal point of what Danfoss does. We supply some of the most innovative solutions available to help customers save energy, and we are all set to take our own initiatives a step further with Danfoss’ Climate Strategy 2030, which focuses on our own business processes, production and buildings.
Danfoss Climate strategy goals
A broad range of ongoing and new initiatives focusing on Danfoss’ own energy efficiency will help drive progress forward.
Ongoing projects drive results
Sites powered by solar panelsTo reduce the use of fossil fuels, Danfoss established a solar power plant next to its headquarters in 2013.
As one of the largest solar power plants in the Nordic region, it equals the size of more than five soccer fieldspitches, and consists of 9,300 solar panels that are connected to 130 solar inverters. It generates enough power to cover the annual consumption of 400 single-family homes, and has a total capacity of 2.1 MW.
Another solar power plant was established in 2014 next to Danfoss’ newly built campus in Chennai, India. The solar power plant has a capacity of 1 MW. This campus also has a broad range of Danfoss’ own products installed to save energy, and has achieved the international LEED platinum rating, which certifies it as a green and sustainable building.