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Danfoss to Go Solar by 2025

It will be enough to power all of the company's factories in North America.

Danfoss has announced another big step in its efforts to decarbonize.

The industrial technologies company says that it has just signed an agreement to enable all of its North American facilities to run on solar power.

According to a recent press release, Danfoss will purchase about 75 MW of solar power from a solar farm in Texas, starting in 2025.

The solar is enough to power all of Danfoss’ 24 factories and 36 locations in North America.

The company says it will reduce Danfoss’ carbon footprint in the region by 75% and its global emissions by 21%.

The next focus for Danfoss will be on reducing and reusing energy by employing its own technologies.

These include products like heating and cooling solutions that support heat recovery and energy efficiency.

The company has pledged to reach carbon neutrality in its operations by 2030.

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