Mahindra commits to doubling energy productivity
Mahindra and Mahindra is also the first firm to join the Climate Group’s EP100 energy campaign
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Mumbai: Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd, the market leader in utility vehicles and world’s largest tractor maker, has joined EP100, a new energy campaign that will work with the world’s most influential businesses in setting commitments to double their energy productivity and maximize the economic output from each unit of energy used, said The Climate Group in a statement.
The Climate Group is a global non-profit firm, which works with influential business, state, regional, finance and civil society leaders to reduce carbon footprint. Mahindra is the first partner company to join the campaign.
As part of the EP100 campaign, Mahindra has committed to doubling its energy productivity by 2030, a core requirement for any business signing on to the campaign.
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