Ørsted extends climate ambitions to supply chain

The Danish power company wants all of its suppliers to exclusively utilize renewable energy from 2025.

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As the first power company in the world, Ørsted now demands that all its suppliers use 100% renewable energy from 2025 and thereafter, Ørsted reported in a statement Wednesday morning.

This move constitutes an extension of Ørsted’s plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the utility’s supply chain – plans launched in 2020, entailing both suppliers’ Co2 emissions from production and transportation as well as installation and operation of renewable energy assets.

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