Climate and energy efficiency solutions company Danfoss India has been conferred with the ‘Golden Peacock Award’ for Environment Management.
The award was presented here during the 19th World Congress on Environment Management’ in the presence of Supreme Court Justice Kurien Joseph.
Acknowledging its commitment towards the environment, the company has been recognised for its LEED Platinum rated constructed manufacturing facility in Chennai.
Danfoss’s commitment towards sustainable development via its energy-efficient products, green initiatives at the Oragadam campus and its ongoing pan India CSR Programmes driving Sustainability are some the key contributing factors for the award.
Ravichandran Purushothaman, President, Danfoss India, in a statement said, “The Golden Peacock Award reiterates our vision towards Engineering Tomorrow’s India in a sustainable manner.”
Danfoss has been committed to developing energy efficient solutions to compliment the growing need for sustainable technology in the fields of infrastructure, food supply and climate friendly solutions.
Given its commitment to COP21 and UN Global Compact, Danfoss has also globally launched a ‘Climate Strategy 2030’ through which they hope to reduce its energy intensity and CO2 intensity by 50 per cent before 2030 by driving greener technology investments.
The Danfoss manufacturing facility at Oragadam near Chennai was recently conferred with a LEED Platinum rated certification for its green and sustainable setup, which includes a 1 MW solar power plant, a bio-gas plant, Zero Liquid Discharge Waste Water Treatment plant, Rain Water Harvesting Pond, energy efficient fixtures, carbon foot print reduction initiatives, extensive green cover at Campus among others.
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