EPSON to convert manufacturing sites to 100 percent renewable energy
As climate change represents a serious corporate risk, EPSON has unveiled an aggressive climate action plan that will see all of its global manufacturing sites converted to 100 percent renewable electricity by 2023. The company is moving even faster at home, with all Japanese sites switching to 100 percent renewable energy by the end of March 2022. EPSON has been proactive about environmental issues from day one when the company’s founders expressed their desire that they should protect the lake next to the company’s headquarters. The company has always strongly believed in contributing to solving global environmental issues, for example, when they were the first company in the world to declare their commitment to eliminating CFCs from all operations worldwide. Going forward, the company will steadily advance measures to use 100 percent renewable electricity at all EPSON sites worldwide by 2023.