Sustainability

Spearheading the drive towards an energy-efficient, healthier and safer world

Buildings use 40% of our energy and they are responsible for 36% of our CO2 emissions. In order to meet the United Nations and other climate goals, it is absolutely necessary that we make our buildings energy efficient, including retrofitting our entire existing building stock. In an age where self-powered wireless is the obvious choice, EnOcean Alliance is spearheading the drive towards an energy-efficient, healthier and safer world.

Sustainability in Practice

The ongoing COVID pandemic has also increased awareness of the health and wellness of employees, which includes monitoring and controlling air quality, lighting levels, temperature, and occupancy levels.

For our member companies, sustainability is a central commitment that is followed by action. Read below to find out how the companies are implementing their sustainability goals.

“When it comes to sustainability, Microsoft has set itself the goal of becoming CO2 negative by 2030. In addition, the company wants to remove all emissions from the environment that the company has made since it was founded in 1975 by 2050.” Thomas Frahler, Business Lead IoT Azure BG at Microsoft.
Thomas Frahler, Business Lead IoT Azure BG at Microsoft.

In 2021, T-Systems joined the Climate Neutral Data Center Pact, an association of data center operators and trade associations committed to the European Green Deal. Sandor Modsching, VP New Work/ Work Digital at T-Systems Multimedia Solutions.
Ulrike Voljenik, Head of Business Area New Work, T-Systems MMS.

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See how self-powered wireless switches, sensors, and controls cut installation cost and time, and enable efficient use of energy.

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