OMRON’s Group-wide Climate Change Initiatives

Toward the realization of "OMRON Carbon Zero”

 Fiscal 2024 ZERO carbon emissions for Scope 2 at all 76 sites in Japan / Fiscal 2024 53% reduction (compared to fiscal 2016) / Fiscal 2030 65% reduction (compared to fiscal 2016) / Fiscal 2050 ZERO greenhouse gas emissions

* All targets have been verified by the Science-Based Targeting Initiative (SBTi).

** The base year is fiscal 2016. Reduction rates shown are the comparison with the emission amount in FY2016.

OMRON has set a target to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) *1 emissions from its own business activities to 53% by fiscal 2024 and 65% by fiscal 2030, compared to fiscal 2016, in order to realize "OMRON Carbon Zero", a pledge to achieve carbon zero emissions (for scope 1、2) by 2050. OMRON is now working to reduce GHG emissions to zero at all 76 sites in Japan in order to achieve its target of a 53% reduction in fiscal 2024.

Scope 3: Category 11 (emissions from the use of products, services, etc., manufactured and sold)
Fiscal 2030: 18% reduction (compared to fiscal 2016)

*1 GHG stands for Greenhouse Gas. Refers to GHG (Scope, 2) emitted directly and indirectly from OMRON Group territory.

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OMRON joins Japan's first "EP100“ in the manufacturing industry, committing to double energy productivity


OMRON is the first Japanese manufacturer and the fourth Japanese company to join EP100*2, an international initiative on energy efficiency. OMRON has been working on both productivity improvement and global environmental conservation at its own factories. OMRON contributes to the realization of sustainable manufacturing by providing the technologies and know-how cultivated through these activities as products and services not only to its own production bases but also to its customers’ manufacturing sites.

*2 EP100 is an international corporate initiative sponsored by The Climate Group, an international environmental nonprofit organization headquartered in the United Kingdom. Participating companies' target is to double energy productivity in their business activities (e.g., 50% improvement in energy efficiency).

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