The climate protection campaign of the Federation of German Food and Drink Industries (BVE) has reached a new milestone: the first energy efficiency and climate protection network of the food industry was successfully launched at the end of April.
For several months now, politicians, companies, industry associations, NGOs and journalists have been intensively dealing with the announced Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), a reporting obligation on sustainability for companies.
DUO PLAST AG has set out on the path to climate neutrality. For this purpose, ÖKOTEC is developing a transformation concept with a roadmap of measures for climate-friendly production together with the stretch film manufacturer.
The Coordination Office for Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection in Business (KEK) is now offering Berlin companies free consulting and networking opportunities. A special added value is created by the SME detailed consulting on site.
Offering practical guidance, examples and tips for suitable measures to systematically increase energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions are the focus of the new guide for the plastics processing industry.
The guide explains the steps required to develop a funded concept for climate neutrality and has been published by ÖKOTEC, GUTcert and the German Business Initiative for Energy Efficiency e.V. (DENEFF).
Through a holistic energy optimization of their cooling system, DUO PLAST AG now saves 575 tons of CO2 per year in foil production. ÖKOTEC supports this flagship project of the German Energy Agency with its expertise.
In cooperation with GUTcert and the registered organization German Corporate Initiative Energy Efficiency (DENEFF), ÖKOTEC publishes a guide that supports companies on their way to climate neutrality.
By 2030, the CAFEA Group aims to produce coffee as climate-neutrally as possible. In order to achieve this, greenhouse gas emissions are being minimized and the product portfolio is being made more eco-efficient and effective.
The “Decarbonization in Industry” program of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMU) helps energy-intensive industries to largely and permanently reduce process-related greenhouse gases through the use of innovative technologies.
The Phase-Down procedure limits the quantities of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). The availability of refrigerants is decreasing, prices continue to rise and illegal trade in refrigerants is being tackled in the EU with a new law.
The energy efficiency and climate protection network of the German Plastics Processing Industry Association aims to reduce energy consumption in the plants over the next three years and thus contribute to climate protection.